There are few experiences in life as emotional and as trying as navigating a divorce. Though no one marries with the intention of seeing the relationship end, sometimes plans go awry. At Circling Eagle Law, we strive to simplify the messy divorce process and help clients avoid the stress and contention that can so easily arise.
Whether you are filing contested or uncontested, you can rest assured that our divorce attorneys in Fargo have your best interests in mind. We are genuinely passionate about helping the members of our community and find joy in empowering our clients to navigate their cases with confidence. Experience the difference that high-quality counsel can make in your divorce – choose Circling Eagle Law.
Filing for divorce is undoubtedly a complex process with many moving parts and plenty of boxes to check off. At Circling Eagle Law, our goal is to help you check those boxes without sacrificing your rights or your family’s well-being. We take great care to help our clients understand their options so that they can make informed decisions that best serve their unique needs.
We can assist you with every component of your divorce resolution, including:
Facing a family matter is never easy, even if you have navigated the legal system before. Below, we have answered some of the most common questions about filing for divorce in North Dakota.
There is no easy way to determine exactly how long it will take to finalize your divorce – every case is different. A divorce can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to over a year. Length of time will depend on you and your spouse, and the Court, if the matter proceeds to litigation. At Circling Eagle Law, our attorneys are there to provide a guiding hand through the divorce process and we will be there from beginning to end, regardless of time.
North Dakota has no strict guidelines to determine whether alimony should be awarded and no formulas to calculate an award. Alimony cases are determined on a case-by-case basis after consideration of various factors. It is best to speak with an attorney in assessing your alimony questions and circumstances.
When determining alimony, North Dakota family courts will consider factors such as:
Every parent owes a duty of support to their child. Therefore, if you and your divorcing spouse have a child or children together, child support will be ordered based upon your custody arrangement and financial circumstances. The North Dakota Child Support Guidelines are available online. Our divorce attorneys in Fargo can represent you to ensure that any child support you are ordered to pay is fair.
To learn more or to discuss your case during a free initial 15 minute consultation, call (701) 401-7404 now.