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Law Office of Lora Stuart Shortt
Divorce And Family Law In Lexington, South Carolina

Don't Try To Handle Your Divorce Alone

When you are going through a divorce, you may be experiencing anger, sadness, frustration and other emotions. Some people experience one more than the others. One thing almost everyone experiences at some point during their divorce is a simple desire to get it over with. Unfortunately, divorce is not something that should be rushed.

The decisions you make during a divorce — decisions about your kids, your finances, your living arrangements and more — can have long-lasting consequences for many years to come.

This is one reason why it's important for people who are going through a divorce to seek out help from a professional. A skilled divorce lawyer can protect your interests and safeguard your future by keeping track of details, fighting for your rights and finding solutions. An attorney can also give you honest advice about when to settle, when to compromise and when to keep fighting.

A Professional On Your Side

At The Law Office of Lora Stuart Shortt in Lexington, South Carolina, I help people with many issues in divorce, including:

  • Property division
  • Valuation of assets
  • Spousal support/alimony
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Mediation

When I represent you, I work hard to help you resolve the issues in your divorce in a way that is best and most cost-effective way for you and your children. Often, this means reaching a settlement through mediation or other forms of negotiation. However, I believe in always being ready to go to court to fight for my clients.

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If you are going through a divorce, don't go through it alone. Call The Law Office of Lora Stuart Shortt today at 803-520-0455. You can also reach my office by email.

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