Owensboro Divorce Lawyer

Handling All Types Of Divorce and Family Law Cases

For nearly half of the Americans who say "I do," marriage does not lead to "happily ever after." Instead, it eventually leads to the legal complexities of divorce. I am not happy about that, but I am pragmatic about it. If you got along well enough to get married I hope you can get along well enough to, if necessary, dissolve the marriage with as little stress and expense as possible.

I am Evan Taylor, an Owensboro attorney handling collaborative divorce as well as traditional divorces. This simply means I am well-versed in the many paths your divorce case may take. My goal is to help you get through the divorce process as smoothly — and painlessly — as possible.

My experience spans from handling complicated, high-asset divorce cases to uncontested marital settlement agreements and everything in between.

What To Expect In Divorce

Ending a marriage is far more complicated than getting married. Your assets and debts must be identified, valued, categorized and divided in a fair manner through a process called equitable property division. You will also have to navigate financial issues such as alimony (spousal support) and child support. And, most importantly, the day-to-day care and division of parental responsibilities regarding your minor children must be addressed.

At each stage of the process, you have important opportunities to exercise your rights and protect your interests. Don't let those opportunities slip away by failing to seek qualified guidance from an experienced family law attorney.

Step-By-Step Guidance Tailored To Fit Your Needs

No two divorce cases are identical. At Evan Taylor Law Offices PSC, I understand that your family is unique. You deserve guidance geared toward your situation and your goals.

As a local lawyer with over two decades of experience, I am well-equipped to develop strategies that best suit your needs. You can rely on my exceptional trial experience should your case proceed to the courtroom. And if you decide to pursue an out-of-court resolution, you can turn to me for trusted advice.

Learn More During A Free Consultation

For more information on how I can help you, call my Kentucky office at 270-215-4901 or contact me online to arrange a free consultation. I offer convenient evening and weekend appointments if needed. Payment plans are also available.