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Understanding Divorce and Family Law

Ending a relationship is never easy. You need a divorce and family law attorney that understands each family has a unique set of circumstances, and a law firm that provides the best solution for the stability and safety of you, your children and your finances.

Depending on the level of conflict with your partner, you have several options to resolve your matter: “Do It Yourself”, Alternate Dispute Resolution such as Mediated or Collaborative Divorce, or having us represent you in your divorce.

  • If you and your partner have already come to an agreement, you can resolve your dispute quickly through a “do it yourself” approach.
  • In this case, the trained professionals at our firm can save you time and money by quickly and accurately providing you with the correct paperwork and process to conclude your matter with your county’s court system.
  • If you and your partner could come to an agreement through peaceful intervention, you should consider our Mediation or Collaborative Services
  • If you and your partner may have some issues which cannot be resolved without court intervention, you can select a “represented” divorce.
  • In this case, we will work directly with your partner and or their attorney to try to resolve issues peacefully. However, we will reserve the right to seek a decision from the judge if negotiations fail.
  • If you or your partner have serious issues, such as mental health, domestic violence, abuse, hiding the children or hiding finances, these may not be readily resolved through direct negotiations, in this case you should select an “aggressive” or “adversarial” divorce.
  • Contact us immediately. We will set your matter before a judge as soon as circumstances require to protect you, your children and your finances.

These approaches are available to resolve the following typical family disputes:

  • Dissolution of Marriage
  • Legal Separations – married and unmarried
  • Domestic Partnerships
  • Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
  • Pre-marital agreements
  • Co-habitation agreements
  • Parenting, Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
  • Child Support and Spousal Support, including Modification
  • Property Division
  • Debt Resolution
  • Family Residence
  • Family Business
  • Move-Away
  • Parentage
  • Adoption
  • Retirement Benefit Division

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