Are you a baseball player looking to get a divorce?
The law firm of Edwards & Associates has a web page specifically for you.
Divorce and Family Law for Professional Baseball Players
We have the experience in high-asset divorce to represent MLB players, including up-and-coming prospects who are waiting for a call-up from the minors. A major league career can be very lucrative, with average salaries around $3 million and an average MLB career of more than five years. With signing bonuses and guaranteed contracts, it’s certainly a good living.
We also understand the realities of baseball — the wear and tear of 162 games in 180 days (not including spring training or the playoffs), the long trips away from the wife and kids, and living life in the media fishbowl. Some marriages just aren’t built for that life.
When the marriage has broken down to the point of divorce, Edwards & Associates can represent either party (the ballplayer or the spouse) in contested proceedings. We handle the special issues for baseball players and their families:
Property division and alimony
Division of MLB pensions
Child custody and visitation
Determination of child support
This makes me so proud to be licensed to practice law.*
*If any MLB players (or their wives!) are reading this and need someone to help with their divorce, please contact me to arrange a private consultation.