Negotiating with a soon-to-be ex-spouse or the parent of your child can be difficult, particularly when issues such as division of assets, child custody, child support and alimony come into play. But for family court litigants, the process of completing the necessary forms and documents can be as daunting as the negotiation process itself. Unfortunately, these forms are essential. If not completed timely and accurately, the process could be delayed or dismissed- or worse, mutual agreements could fall by the wayside. When the unfortunate time for divorce or other litigation paperwork comes due, look to the talented Phoenix document preparation attorneys at The Ceroni Law Firm to get you through the process in one piece.
Ceroni Law Firm: Offering both Full-Service and Limited Scope Representation
At the Ceroni Law Firm, we recognize that cost is always a priority of our clients. Whenever possible, we try to guide clients through the process by offering various representation options. These options can include representation limited to one court appearance at a time to drafting documents from behind the scenes. Just because clients consider cost as a factor, does not mean they should sacrifice the course of their case to a non-attorney service which could mean missed opportunities to protect your rights.
Clients are encouraged to turn to The Ceroni Law Firm for help with a variety of Family Law/Divorce documents. The attorneys at The Ceroni Law Firm work extensively in drafting documents from the beginning of marriage to post-decree modification actions, including Prenuptial agreements, Consent Decrees, Parenting Plans, Property Settlement Agreements, Motion Practice and Stipulations to Modify.
No two cases are exactly alike, nor should they be treated as such. Stefano Ceroni Esq. understands this and will work tirelessly to ensure that the needs of each and every client are met. In some cases, this may necessitate a limited scope approach or emphasis on document preparation. The Ceroni Law Firm ensures the same respect and attention to detail in its limited scope cases as it does in more extensive, full service matters.