Omaha Divorce Law for Men
Cordell & Cordell is the largest domestic litigation firm that focuses on men’s divorce. Our attorneys in Independence have a deep understanding of the battle you’ll face as a man in family court. We’ve built our practice on helping men keep their rights when they are involved in a divorce, including maximizing their role in their children’s lives. We also focus on preserving you and your children’s financial interests.
Our aim is to help men succeed in family court. We’ll do our best to educate you about the divorce proceedings so that you’re prepared for court. We’ll be a partner men can count on when they need a:
- Child custody lawyer
- Child support lawyer
- Family law attorney
At Cordell & Cordell, our Omaha divorce lawyer wants to assist you in weathering your divorce with as little conflict and cost as possible. We understand that a father’s rights are very important and that a divorce brings out strong emotions in each party. This is why we’ll work hard to support you throughout the process. Call today to set up an appointment.
Omaha Client Testimonials
“Mr. Ahrens did a very fine job on my case. I was very happy with my outcome, and overall it was what I expected …”
“[My attorney] always gets back to me right away if I reach out, and I’m always the first to know when something comes up. I’ve already given [my attorney’s] card to a couple of people. He is an outstanding lawyer! He is very professional. He keeps me calm when I get emotional. He’s always been a voice of reason and taken care of all sides of this for me, personally and professionally. I am a big fan of you all! You do exactly what I’ve asked of you all, and what more could I want than that!”
“Bradley and [his paralegal] have been doing an outstanding job reviewing any evidence and supportive documents that will work with my case. Bradley was able to explain and identify, as well as communicate the strategy and plan on my case. They are very proactive and timely. Bradley listens to me very well and is very professional, including to the attorney from the opposing side. …”