Family law cases are some of the most emotionally charged situations that a person (and family) can be faced with. Whether you are going through a divorce, facing domestic violence, are dealing with non-payment of child support or any other family law issue, it is no doubt an incredibly stressful time in your life. Your family members and loved ones are important to you, and their well being should be your highest priority.
We understand how sensitive family law issues are. We are committed to providing you and your loved ones the support and legal advice you need during this difficult time. We are experienced caring professionals who will go the extra mile to help your case be resolved in a way that positively affects you and your family.
The cases that we handle include:
- Contested & Uncontested Divorce or Dissolution of Marriage
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- Post Nuptial Agreements
- Establishment of Paternity
- Establishment of a Parenting Plan and corresponding Timesharing Schedule
- Establishment of Child Support
- Modification of Divorce Decrees, Final Judgments
- Modification of Mediated Settlement Agreements
- Modifications of Parenting Plan and Timesharing Schedules
- Modification of Child Support
- Motions for Contempt and / or Motions for Enforcement
- Relocations with Minor Children
- Divorces with Elements of Domestic Violence and / or Child Abuse
- Domestic Violence Injunction (“Restraining Order”) Cases
- Domestic Violence Criminal Cases (Felonies and Misdemeanors)
- Matrimonial and Family Law Mediation
We are dedicated to representing you and your family to the best of our ability and giving your case the time and attention it deserves. Contact us for a consultation regarding your family law case. We are committed to giving your case our full attention and are available now to speak with you. Call us today. (239) 417-9900.
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