Rapid City Child Custody & Divorce Attorney
Experienced Family Law and Divorce Attorney Scott Armstrong has represented countless clients through divorce in South Dakota. No matter your situation, we can help.
Uncontested divorces will typically be finalized around 60 days from the day the divorce petition is filed. This type of divorce is best suited for parties who have amicably agreed on all the terms of their property division, child custody, and child support. Typically an uncontested divorce is your most affordable option, if both parties are able to agree upon all variables.
Armstrong Law Firm also represents clients in contested divorces where property and custody issues are involved. Armstrong law has the experience necessary to simplify the complex legal process, to bring resolve to your divorce.
Do I Need a Divorce Attorney?
In South Dakota, a marriage is a legal relationship between a man and a woman. In order to dissolve your marriage, a divorce petition must be filed with a SD court. Pursuing a divorce is a stressful event filled with difficult choices and various risks. We will help you understand your rights and obligations. We will also take the time to review your options to help you make good decisions regarding your divorce.
Where Do I Start?
Call Experienced Divorce Attorney, Scott Armstrong to schedule your personal consultation. Scott will take the time to listen to your needs and explain the available options. He will make certain that the choices you make are the best choices for you and your family.
What Choices Do I Have?
Armstrong Law Firm will make sure you know how the law relates to your divorce and your situation. As an experienced divorce attorney, Scott will help you to understand all of your choices as they relate directly to your situation. He understands the law and how it pertains to alimony, visitation, custody, and temporary spousal support.
Get a free consultation with Rapid City child custody lawyer Scott Armstrong. He is experienced, affordable, aggressive, informative, and offers personal service.
Who decides custody of our children?
If you and your spouse do not agree on the custody of your children in a divorce, then one of several options are available:
(A) The parties will be ordered to attend mediation with the to intent to settle the dispute without having the Court make the decision for you.
(B) The parties will be forced to let the court make the final custody determination. The Court does not know the child or parents and thus this is usually the last resort.
It is always better to work with an experienced divorce attorney to negotiate a fair and equitable agreement that works for all parties involved.
At Armstrong Law, Scott Armstrong has the experience and knowledge to help you with any custody case. He will represent men and woman in family law and divorce matters.