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Divorce is Hard Enough.
We’re Here to Help Make this as Painless a Process as Possible for You.
Who you choose to represent you in your family law case is an important decision that should be made with care. Divorce cases often present more challenges than other legal issues because they can affect your relationship with your family.
Having an experienced divorce attorney by your side throughout the process can help to make your life easier.
We are committed to educating you about all of the options available to you, and helping you get the resolution you want out of your divorce.
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Why Choose Donesley Law Office?
We are well versed and focused on family law matters particularly the issue of divorce in Idaho.
Brian graduated from the University of Idaho, College of Law and has been practicing law here in Idaho since 1980.
When you call Donesley Law Office you will speak to Brian directly – not through a paralegal or secretary.
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Divorce is the formal process of ending a legal marriage. The process begins when one spouse (the petitioner) files a request to dissolve the marriage with a local court. This request must also be formally served to the other spouse (the respondent).
Once the paperwork has been filed, the spouses must get to work on hammering out the details of the divorce. This will include figuring out how property should be divided, who will get custody of the kids, and whether one spouse will receive financial support.
Once a dispute goes to court, spouses lose the right to have control over the situation. Judges will review the disputes and make a decision that they deem to be most appropriate. You want to avoid these situations whenever possible. Keeping decisions in your hands will help you get what you want out of your divorce. Going to court can be risky and can really increase the cost of your divorce.
Our attorneys can help you navigate these difficult negotiations with your spouse. It’s important to get as many details of your divorce figured out privately, as possible.