Divorce & Family Law

Family law encompasses very personal, far-reaching issues that touch our lives in many ways, some of which can be extremely sensitive, complex and delicate.  A divorce usually covers five distinct and important areas; alimony, child support, equitable distribution, child custody and attorney fees.  Each area is extremely important, so it is essential that you know what your rights are and what you are entitled too.  Do you and/or your spouse have a 401k? Do you and/or your spouse own real property? Is your child over eighteen, but still in school? The answer to such questions could increase what you could potentially receive or give in a divorce.  Our experienced family law division can help you get what your entitled too or protect your assets.  Our attorneys genuinely care about the outcome of your case and protected your rights during this stressful and burdensome process.
We handle:

  • Divorce
  • Parenting time / visitation
  • Domestic Violence
  • Child Custody disputes
  • Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Child Support adjustments
  • Asset evaluation and division
  • Property and business evaluations
  • Separation and Separation Agreements
  • Interim Wills pending Divorce
  • Pre/Postnuptial Agreements
  • Guardianships
  • Adoptions

Our firm is experienced in the areas of family law and divorce.  During our free consultation, we will do an initial intake to determine what your matter involves.  We will then discuss potential avenues of action and what your options are, as well as do what we can to summarize the legal process regarding your matter.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us by phone or submit a question below.

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