As a full-service family law firm, we provide personalized, professional service to clients from the first day until resolution of all issues. Our practice covers a wide range of divorce related matters, including:
This is a court order that mandates the rights and duties of a couple while they are still married, but living apart.
This covers a wide range of custody including legal custody, physical custody, sole custody and joint custody.
Child Relocation & Removal
When sharing parental responsibilities with the other parent, you are both entitled to parenting time/visitation with your child. A long-distance move, therefore, could compromise those rights and you must often require the other parent’s permission prior to such a move.
This is an ongoing, periodic payment made by a parent for the financial benefit of a child following the end of a marriage or other relationship.
Establishing paternity is the first step in determining a father’s legal obligations. Whether you’re trying to establish paternity or whether you think you have no legal obligations to a child, it’s important to speak with a family law attorney to learn more about the laws in your state.
Spousal Support or Alimony
These terms are interchangeable and more recently spousal support is the perferred term in legal arrangements. If you are going through a divorce, it is important that you understand all of the different obligations that the court could impose upon you including spousal support as well as child support.
This process allows couples who have decided to end their marriage to work with their lawyers or other family processions to avoid the uncertainty of a court outcome and achieve a conclusion satisfactory to both parties and their children with the threat of litigation.
This is an alternative to litigation which offers a method of resolving disputes with the assistance of a third party mediator.
The division of family property during divorce can be very trying especially if significant assets exist such as houses, rental property, retirement and pension plans, etc. It is very important that you work with an experienced family lawyer to help you bring this challenge to a positive conclusion.