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Mother and Son

Compassionate Counsel

Family Law

Getting a divorce and/or petitioning the court for custody of your children is often an extremely emotional and tiring experience.  Relationships are broken, passions run high, and battles for child custody between parents can have long-lasting legal, physical and emotional effects, not only on you, but on your loved ones as well.

The Family law process can be daunting, and how you present your case to the court can mean the difference between more or less time with your children, monetary gains or losses, and court ordered restrictions or personally crafted rights.  Our office focuses on making the process less heartbreaking for you, while keeping your best interests and the interests of your children close in mind.  We discuss your case in its entirety, starting from the beginning of your relationship history, to gain a better understanding of your particular situation and what to expect in the future. 

Most clients, after a marriage is terminated, worry about losing financial gains and assets or losing parental rights to their children.  Our office works with you to ensure your rights are protected.  Whether you require a legal separation, divorce, annulment or prenuptial agreement to decide separation terms prior to your “I do’s”, our attorneys have extensive experience protecting your hard-earned assets in such situations.  For our clients with children who will be affected, we fight to make certain they receive just and favorable child custody terms, visitation rights and/or support payments. 

Keeping your family as intact as possible throughout this difficult process is of our utmost concern.  Let our compassionate and highly trained attorneys guide you through these sensitive and trying times to help ensure a brighter future comes tomorrow for you and your family.  Call our office today to schedule your consultation.

  • Child Custody

  • Child Visitation 

  • Child Support 

  • Spousal Support 

  • Divorce

  • Legal Separation

  • Annulments

  • Prenuptial Agreements

  • Parental Rights

  • Guardianship

  • Domestic Violence

  • Temporary Restraining Order

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