A Respectful, Experienced Attorney You Deserve
At Aldridge Law Group, we aim to provide high-quality and supportive legal representation to all Elizabethtown-area families. As in all marital unions, same-sex marriages may unfortunately end in divorce. When you are going through one of the most challenging times in your life, you deserve to work with an attorney who will provide respectful, supportive guidance that you can trust.
As marriages for gay couples are the same as any other marriage in the eyes of the law, so are same-sex divorce proceedings. We can help you understand your options when it comes to the end of your marriage, including:
- Maintenance orders/spousal support: Commonly referred to as “alimony,” we can help determine an appropriate and reasonable maintenance order.
- Division of assets and marital property: In Kentucky, marital property is divided nearly equally. We can help ensure that all assets are accounted for and assessed properly.
What Happens When Children Are Involved?
In all divorces involving minor children, the situation becomes more complicated and often more contentious. In same-sex families with children, things can get even more complex. If one spouse is the biological parent while the other is not or if the children were adopted, custody and child support issues in same-sex marriages can become an involved and trying ordeal. We will be there to walk you through the process and help you understand your options.
Your Family Matters Are Our Priority
No matter the circumstances, we are here to serve you and your family. We understand how difficult and emotional these matters are, and we will offer sympathetic and thoughtful counsel. The well-being of your family will always be our priority, and you can count on us to treat you with respect and courtesy throughout the process.
When the time has come to make important changes, call a family lawyer you can trust. You can reach us at 502-855-7584 or via email. We are here to help. Our firm serves clients in Louisville, Elizabethtown and elsewhere throughout central Kentucky.