Family law includes divorce (also called dissolution of marriage), legal separation, allocation of parental responsibilities, adoption, grandparent visitation and custody, marital agreements (both pre-marital and post-marital), and domestic partnerships. It also often includes certain juvenile actions, such as dependency and neglect proceedings.
Our family law attorneys know that, if you are ready to have a consultation with a family law attorney, you are at a difficult crossroads in your life, and, if there are children involved, also in the lives of your children. Our attorneys are experienced in all areas of domestic relations law, and have represented many clients in difficult divorces, as well as parties in more simple, non-contested divorces and cases for allocation of parental responsibilities.
In many cases, an experienced attorney can help with amicably and economically resolving your family law matter, whether it is a divorce or dividing the parenting duties (for couples who are not married). Some of the issues that arise (division of the parenting time, allocation of parental decision making or custody, division of assets where there are family owned businesses or family trusts) can be complicated and involve not only the expertise of a seasoned attorney but also the input of an appraiser or other expert. Our attorneys have worked with the mental health professionals, Certified Public Accountants, appraisers and other experts who can assist in resolving these complicated issues.
Our attorneys are familiar with all aspects divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly referred to as custody). We can assist you in making sure that you and your children get a fair resolution and are on a path toward a stable future.
* Divorce and Legal Separation
* High Asset Divorce
* Spousal Maintenance and Alimony
* Uncontested Divorce
* Marital Property and Distribution
* Marital Agreements and Post Nuptial Agreements
* Domestic Partnerships
* Child Custody
(Allocation of Parental Responsibilities)
* Parenting Time
* Child Support
* Grandparents Rights