Providing the Legal Support Your Family Needs
With every family comes responsibilities, hardships, and heartfelt times. Some family matters can be sorted without the help of a professional, but when it comes to divorce, child custody, and support, it’s important to have an attorney by your side. Each personal matter that comes to our firm is of great importance and handled with sensitivity to all parties involved. Together, we will work with you to provide the most favorable solution for you and your family.
It seems there are so many legalities when it comes to marriage. We’re here to help you sort them out, plan for the future, and answer your questions along the way.
- Marriage Laws
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Changing Your Name
The ending of a marriage can produce life-long effects emotionally and legally for every member of the family. We can help you decide which method of legal separation is the best option, how to divide property amongst spouses, and help mediate a range of issues that can arise with divorce.
- Division of Property and Assets
- When and How to Divorce
Figuring out who receives child custody in the midst of separation can be difficult. Whether obtaining child custody is a recent need, or you want to amend a current situation, our attorneys can help. We perform these services always for the best interest of the children involved.
- Custody Laws
- Who Gets Custody
- Custody Problems
- How to Obtain Custody
A marital separation can produce a strain on your finances. Whether it’s recent or an ongoing child support dispute, our attorneys will work to help you take legal action in obtaining the financial relief you need.
- Eligibility for Child Support
- Child Support Coverage
- Child Support Court Orders
- Child Support Agreements
- Length of Child Support Agreement
A parent’s role is to be the primary caretaker of their children. When they are unable to fulfill this duty, a legal guardian will be appointed. A guardian makes all legal decisions for another person who is incapable of making their own decisions. Guardianship is not restricted to children and can be for anyone who is disabled or incapacitated. We will provide you with all of the information, documents, and answers to the questions you may have throughout this process.
- Choosing a Guardian
- Establishing Guardianship
- Guardian Documents
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.