Divorce

Nobody enters into a marriage expecting a divorce, but the reality is that life's circumstances can lead to changes in the way he or she feels about the other person. If you are contemplating divorce or already know that divorce is the option you want to pursue, the next step to take is to talk with an attorney.

At Fisher Law Office, PLLC, I am an experienced family law attorney representing clients with straightforward divorce cases or complex legal issues. Whether your divorce is truly uncontested or contested with a number of difficult issues, I provide straightforward advice that is tailored to meet your unique needs.

Not all lawyers know how to effectively handle divorce cases. I balance assertiveness with being creative in developing legal strategies that work for my clients. Please call me at 208-350-6552 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Comprehensive Divorce Advice — From Marital Property Division To Planning For The Future

Divorce isn't a one-step process. In fact, it's many steps. You need an attorney who is knowledgeable of the law and can provide advice that directly relates to your case. When I work with my clients, I take time to listen to what they have to say, what they want to accomplish and provide advice about how we can make that happen. I assist with all types of divorce issues and related family law matters, including:

  • Spousal support
  • Marital property division
  • Custody and child support
  • Visitation/parenting time
  • Post-divorce estate planning

Because I take a thorough approach to working with my clients right from the start, I am better equipped to handle a modification, if it is needed in the future. You can come back to me at any time for advice if your family's circumstances have changed and you need additional legal advice.

Contact Boise/Meridian Divorce Lawyer Steven Fisher

I offer free initial consultations for all divorce, family law and related cases. To schedule a meeting, please contact me at 208-350-6552 or 800-654-6172. Licensed in Idaho and Oregon.