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Family Law

If you are contemplating divorce or your spouse is seeking a divorce, you need an experienced and compassionate divorce lawyer to protect your interests and look out for you.

Our divorce attorneys regularly represent individuals in family law proceedings. For many families, divorce is just the beginning of the difficult decisions you need to make about your future and your family. Whether through negotiation, mediation, or litigation, we will work with you to resolve difficult issues involving:

  • Child custody and parenting time (visitation)
  • Child support
  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Division of property and debt, including division of retirement assets and business valuation

Our goal is to help you develop realistic and fair positions on these issues and negotiate agreements that work for you and your family members. If a negotiated resolution acceptable to you is not possible, we will advocate vigorously for your position in court. Our family law attorneys are experienced litigators who will make sure your rights are respected and protected within the framework of applicable law.

We can also work with you as circumstances change and you believe enforcement or modification of existing custody and support arrangements is warranted.

Our family lawyers also provide a variety of divorce prevention and non-divorce family law services, including:

  • Pre-nuptial agreements
  • Post-nuptial and/or separation agreements
  • Legal recognition of paternity
  • Custody, support, and parenting time for never-married parents
  • Grandparent visitation

We also provide neutral mediation services for clients who wish to resolve their outstanding family law matters in an amicable, fair, and cost-effective manner.

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