Frequently Asked Questions
I Need a Quote. Whom Do I Contact?
You can get in touch with us by either sending us a message on our Contact Page or getting a free consult by contacting the number +254 100 997 320
What Is Collaborative Law?
It is a legal process enabling couples who have decided to separate or end their marriage to work with their collaborative professionals including collaboratively trained lawyers, coaches and financial professionals in order to avoid the uncertain outcome of court and to achieve a settlement that best meets the specific needs of both parties and their children without the underlying threat of litigation.
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Are You the Right Law Firm for Me?
If your needs lie within our specialty, then the answer is yes! However, to be sure – please give us a call on +254 100 997 320 and get a free consult.
How Will I Be Kept Informed about My Case?
We’ll keep you informed about your case by ensuring to have you in constant contact with whichever advocate is in charge of your case. At OMG, we care about you and will always ensure transparent 24/7 support.
How Can I Contact Your Office?
You can get in touch with us by either sending as a message via our Contact page , or giving us a call on +254 100 997 320.
Do I Really Need an Attorney?
If you are in need of legal services or your legal rights, duties or responsibilities are under threat of abuse/infringement, then, yes! If you need an attorney, OMG attorneys are at your service
How Is Child Custody Determined?
The court is always guided by the best interest of the child whilst making the determination on which parent to grant the exact custody of the child.
How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce?
If you agree on your divorce and the reasons why, getting a divorce legally finalised will usually take 4 to 6 months. It might take longer if the court’s diary is packed or you need to sort out issues with money, property or children, which will have to be done separately
What Is Legal Custody?
Legal custody is the right awarded to the parents to make important decisions regarding the child’s life after the parents divorce.