When you need an Advocate
Experienced Family Law Attorney with Your Best Interests in Mind
Unfortunately, sometimes the parties to a divorce action have such different positions that they cannot work out an agreement, and a judge must ultimately make the decisions necessary to dissolve a marriage. At Clinch Law Firm, LLC, we recognize that advocating for our clients in the courtroom is one of our most important roles. We take the time to learn about your goals and we advise you on actions to take, and what actions not to take, in preparation for presenting your position to the court.
Litigation is expensive and stressful. Clinch Law Firm, LLC works to help make the process as stress-free as possible, to ensure that our clients' voices are heard, and to ensure that the Judge handling your case understands your position. We do this throughout the timeline of your case, from carefully crafting the initial pleadings in your case, making court appearances, and conducting discovery all the way through Trial and any post-Trial matters.
Jerry Clinch, owner and founder of Clinch Law Firm, LLC, can assist you in all areas and issues involved with the following:
- Child custody and parenting time
- Alimony/spousal support
- Grandparent visitation
- Division of debt
- Child Support
- Domestic violence; child abuse and neglect
- Modifying support, parenting time, and custody
Contact Clinch Law Firm, LLC to Assist You with Your Contested Divorce
If you and your spouse cannot agree on important issues in your divorce matter and you need experienced counsel to represent you in a contested divorce action in Nebraska, Clinch Law Firm, LLC offers the skilled and knowledgeable representation that protects your interests and provides you with Peace of Mind.
Clinch Law Firm, LLC offers in-person, virtual, and telephone appointments for York County and the surrounding areas, including Seward County, Fillmore County, Hamilton County, Merrick County and more! Call us at 402-908-5699 to schedule a consultation at our York office, or feel free to schedule a complimentary 30-minute telephone consultation or a 60-minute in-person consultation for a time that works for you here: Appointment Scheduler. Virtual appointments are also available, upon request.