The stress of a divorce can seem overwhelming. The process sparks a swirl of uncertainty that threatens your financial future, your living situation, and even the relationship you have with your kids.
Our Des Moines, Iowa, attorneys understand how challenging this transition can be. They take the time to listen to your concerns and walk you through each step of the divorce process while working diligently to champion your rights and the rights of your children in family court.
Divorce Attorneys Dedicated to Helping Men
Regardless of how tough you are, divorce can be emotionally draining. The decisions you make during this time have the potential to impact your life for years to come.
Cordell & Cordell’s Des Moines attorneys exclusively practice family law with a focus on men’s divorce. This gives them a better understanding of the unique challenges men and fathers face in the family court system.
Our Des Moines attorneys can handle a wide range of family law matters from uncontested divorce to complex asset division.
Advocates For Dad’s Rights and Fathers’ Rights
Joseph E. Cordell founded Cordell & Cordell in 1990 with his wife, Yvonne, with the goal of leveling the playing field for men in divorce courts.
Since then, the firm has grown into one of the largest family law firms representing men in the world with more than 100 offices across the United States. In 2015, Cordell & Cordell expanded internationally by opening an office in the United Kingdom.
“Latonya has been exceptional. She has been getting back to me whenever I need it and answers all of my questions. She has been really helpful to me with my decision making, too.”
“Camille does an awesome job of getting right back to me and keeping me updated. She is upfront, helpful, and very knowledgeable.”
“… My experience with Cordell & Cordell went exactly as discussed. I can’t say the same has held true for the other firms I worked with. With Nancy and I both having professional backgrounds, we were able to be forthright from the very beginning and fulfill the expectations we set for each other. I hope I don’t need to, but I would absolutely refer Nancy to anyone in need of legal help.”