Divorce matters can be a difficult and emotional time. Our Scott County divorce attorneys know and understand this and will be on your side to ensure your rights are protected and your Davenport divorce, child custody, child support, or alimony matter comes to a favorable conclusion. Our experienced Scott county divorce lawyers will be in your corner every step of the way.
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Scott County Divorce Attorneys
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In this video, Scott County divorce lawyers Kevin O'Flaherty explains current Iowa divorce laws and how long Scott County divorce matters may last.
In this article, Scott County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains current Scott County divorce laws and what issues that need to be agreed upon in a Scott County divorce matter. The faster parties can agree on divorce issues including spousal support, child custody, child support and property division can lead to a speedier divorce and potentially less money in legal fees litigating on these issues.
In this video, Scott County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses current Iowa alimony laws.
In this Learn About Law Iowa article, our Scott County Divorce attorneys discuss Scott County spousal support and alimony laws and answer common Scott County alimony law related questions including:
In this video, Scott County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how child support and college expenses are calculated in Scott County.
In this article, our Scott County divorce attorneys explain how child support and college expenses are awarded in Scott County child custody matters. We answer common questions and explain how Scott County courts determine how much child support is awarded as well as duration and if college expenses will be awarded.