Lee's Summit Divorce Attorneys

How will divorce affect my finances? How will divorce affect my children? Will I get the parenting time I need to maintain strong bonds with my kids? Will I have the financial resources I need to support my children?

At The Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC, we understand that your child's well-being is your dominant concern — it is our main concern too.

Located in Lee's Summit, Missouri, our firm helps clients throughout the region protect their interests, and the interests of their children, during the divorce process.

Contested Vs. Uncontested Divorce

At The Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC, we can handle every aspect of your divorce, including property division, child custody determinations, child support, and alimony and maintenance issues.

Many clients come to us with questions about contested versus uncontested divorces. The uncontested divorce process can save you a lot of time and money. However, it is only used when couples agree on all of the major issues of their divorce, including property division, child custody and child support, and asset and debt distribution. When couples cannot agree on these issues, the contested process is used.

Uncontested Divorce:

Are you unsure if your case is an uncontested matter? We can help you decide and navigate the legal process by exploring the matter as an uncontested case first. Not all legal proceedings need to be adversarial in nature. An attorney at the Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC can help you navigate the legal process in uncontested cases so that they are done properly.

Even if your case is uncontested now, if the paperwork is not done properly, you may be forced back into Court for more litigation through contempt proceedings or modification proceedings. Hiring an attorney at the Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC can ensure your uncontested case is done correctly, and potentially save you from costly litigation later.

Contested Divorce:

Sometimes families just can't agree on what is fair or right. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC are skilled trial attorneys who thrive in the courtroom. When disputes arrive that cannot be settled via negotiation or mediation, Jamie Taylor will prepare and present a legal argument advocating at trial for her client's interests.

Our lawyers will sit down with you, review your case and determine which process will work for you. If an uncontested divorce is appropriate, we can help you complete all of the necessary legal processes. If you and your spouse disagree on the terms of your divorce, we will use other methods, including negotiation, mediation and litigation to complete your divorce.

Finances And Property Distribution

Finances are an important and necessary part of every Divorce. The lawyers at the Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC can assist you in reaching a fair financial settlement and ensuring you have adequate financial resources after the divorce is final.

Jamie Taylor will help protect your financial interests including determining whether property is marital or non marital, assisting clients in a fair and equitable distribution of the marital assets and debts, calculating child support and spousal maintenance/alimony.

Personal Attention, Dedicated Legal Representation

At The Law Offices of Taylor & Taylor, LLC, we won't pass your case off to a paralegal or a less experienced attorney. Every client who comes to our firm gets personal attention from attorney Jamie Taylor. She is committed to your case and your family. Together, we will complete the divorce process in the most efficient manner possible so you can put this all behind you and move forward to a brighter future.

Looking Out For Children During Divorce

Attorney Jamie Taylor serves Jackson County courts as a guardian ad litem, appointed by judges, to advocate for the best interests of children during divorce and other family-related legal matters. This experience translates to her other cases. She is committed to finding a legal path that protects her clients' rights while keeping their children's best interests in mind.

Contact us today for a free consultation. Call 816-287-2456. For answers to many frequently asked questions.