Divorce Law

Divorce, custody, and related legal matters can be complex. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci works closely with clients to help them get through what may be the most challenging times of their lives.

Divorce Law - Rapid City, SD

Here to Help You

If you’re going through a divorce or custody matter, you probably have a lot weighing on your mind. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci can guide you through the legal issues related to your legal matter so that you can focus on moving forward with your life. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci can:

  • Review existing prenuptial agreements.
  • Help you resolve child custody and visitation disputes.
  • Fight to keep your parental rights intact.
  • Negotiate child support and spousal support payments.
  • Negotiate the division of property and marital assets.

Divorce Law

Divorce, custody, and related legal matters can be complex. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci works closely with clients to help them get through what may be the most challenging times of their lives.

Here to Help You

If you’re going through a divorce or custody matter, you probably have a lot weighing on your mind. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci can guide you through the legal issues related to your legal matter so that you can focus on moving forward with your life. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci can:

  • Review existing prenuptial agreements.
  • Help you resolve child custody and visitation disputes.
  • Fight to keep your parental rights intact.
  • Negotiate child support and spousal support payments.
  • Negotiate the division of property and marital assets.

What is Divorce?

The term divorce can mean many things, but its primary definition is used to signify the ending of a marriage. It can be used in both noun and verb form. For example, someone could say they are getting a divorce. In verb form it can be used to tell someone we should divorce. (source)

Regardless of the technical definition, divorce is usually a difficult decision and a stressful process.  Having an attorney who can look out for you and your family’s best interest is important for everyone involved.