At Clark Family Law, P.C., we possess a wealth of family law experience. Our Phoenix legal team understands the sensitive issues you may be facing due to your divorce. We can evaluate your situation and provide informed guidance tailored to your specific needs. Our goal is to help you and your family heal from the painful effects of divorce.
Is Your Attorney Right for You?
Our family law attorney has 40 years of experience practicing law in. Over the years, he has developed a series of important questions for clients to consider when choosing their family law attorney. He understands how important it is to resolve divorce issues in the best interests of all parties, especially children.
When choosing your Phoenix family law lawyer, you should ask yourself tough questions. You need a dedicated, experienced advocate in your corner protecting your rights. Our lawyer possesses the qualities and experience needed to handle your case. Before you hire a lawyer, ask yourself:
-Do you feel comfortable with the lawyer?
-Can the attorney work effectively and efficiently with other professionals?
-Does the lawyer respect your opinion?
-Do you respect the attorney’s opinion?
-Does the legal team’s experience match your needs?
No-Fault Divorce State
We understand that you may feel wronged by your spouse and feel you deserve justice from the judge. However, legally, any wrongdoing by either spouse doesn’t matter in your divorce.
With 40 years of experience, attorney Clark possesses a sophisticated understanding of laws, including child custody laws. While he empathizes and respects your situation, his goal is to help you realize that holding grudges or keeping score won’t help your divorce, or your attempts to get custody or visitation.
Our Comprehensive Approach
At Clark Family Law, P.C., we take a comprehensive approach to help ensure you understand every aspect of your case. We discuss your rights under the Arizona divorce laws. We also explain the positive and negative situations of your case and what you can expect in terms of outcomes.
Judges decide issues and make decisions based on what is reasonable for both parties. When children are involved, all decisions are made based on the best interests of the children. We recognize that you may already have child custody, property division, spousal maintenance or child support goals. However, as skilled advocates, we understand that your goals need to be reasonable based on the law. We will explain the divorce process step by step, including negotiations, mediation, litigation and trial.