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Divorce Trial Process
The staff is extremely friendly and knowledgeable. They truly care about their clients and walk you through the process every step of the way. I highly recommend Jean and here team for any legal needs.
– Joseph B.
They were so kind and caring throughout the whole experience. Walked with me through everything. They made a difficult and painful time more. I would recommend them to in a heartbeat. Best decision about the divorce I made.
– Kelli F.
Was a real advocate for me while going through my divorce. Responded to emails and calls promptly and guided me through the entire process. Fair, responsive and frankly a light during a tough time.
– Melissa W.
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Is your divorce going to trial? Watch this video by our Saratoga divorce attorneys to learn what to expect in the divorce trial process.
What does the divorce trial process involve?
When we consider the option of a trial, as opposed to settlement, we always emphasize to our clients that the trial date or dates will not mark the end of their cases. In fact, after we have a trial, we are often asked by the court to submit findings of fact and conclusions of law. Sometimes, we are also required to submit our closing arguments in writing. Because that process can take anywhere from three eight months to complete, it causes delays ion receiving a decision. Finalizing a divorce can be a difficult process, even after a trial has concluded.
Are you looking for a quick and painless divorce? You might have questions about the divorce trial process. Contact our experienced Saratoga divorce attorneys today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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