A divorce is one of the most stressful things a person can go through – unfortunately, there is just no way of getting around that. And to top if off, people going through a divorce are often, tragically, met with a lack of compassion. Many friends and family members have no idea just how stressful and traumatic it is. What can make a stressful situation even worse is hiring an attorney who does not know what they’re doing, does not have their client’s best interests in mind, and does not seem to care about or have any compassion toward their client.
At Daniel W. McKay & Associates, we understand what our divorce clients are going through. Further, we care deeply about them, their well-being, and the end result of their family dynamics and financial situations. We provide legal services to help our divorce clients experience some peace of mind, rather than to compound the stress they inevitably must pass through. With nearly 20 years of experience, Daniel W. McKay knows the ins and outs of divorce law, including custody, parent-time, child support, spousal support (alimony), asset and debt division, business division, and several other aspects associated with divorce proceedings. He knows what he’s doing, and he does it well. Further, he demonstrates great compassion and advocacy for his clients’ best interests and optimal outcome.
Dan McKay’s reviews speak for themselves – he is a Utah divorce attorney who, time and time again, has provided exemplary legal advocacy and representation for his clients who are making their way through the intricacies of a divorce or post-divorce modification. At this critical time of life, you don’t want just any law firm to handle your divorce case – you want a firm you can trust, a firm who will work diligently and effectively to give you a long-term outcome favorable to your and your family’s best interests, and a firm who cares. If you are located in the State of Utah, Daniel W. McKay & Associates is the divorce law firm for you.
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