Family Law

Ending a relationship can be a difficult time in anyone’s life.  Ending a relationship that involves children, joint property, and the vows of marriage is especially hard and has a number of legal implications as well. You want an attorney that you can trust to help you work through the often complicated issues of divorce: like dividing the property fairly, deciding who will have custody of the children and what will be paid in child support, determining whether any spousal support is owed and how much.  After the divorce is final, you still may need the services of an attorney if your ex-spouse refuses to abide by the divorce decree.

Ending a relationship can be a difficult time in anyone’s life.  Ending a relationship that involves children, joint property, and the vows of marriage is especially hard and has a number of legal implications as well. You want an attorney that you can trust to help you work through the often complicated issues of divorce: like dividing the property fairly, deciding who will have custody of the children and what will be paid in child support, determining whether any spousal support is owed and how much.  After the divorce is final, you still may need the services of an attorney if your ex-spouse refuses to abide by the divorce decree.

I have helped many clients through the divorce process. I make sure that you know what your rights are, how the courts will view your case, and what is likely to happen. I can help you calculate the financial aspects of your case, from figuring out how much child support will be required to working out a fair division of property and answering the thorny question of spousal support. I can help you sort out custody issues, from sharing joint custody to questions of visitation.  After the divorce is final, I will continue to be there for you if your ex-spouse does not follow the visitation and custody schedules or does not pay his or her portion of child support.

When facing divorce, it is hard for you to focus on what is best for you and your children in the long run. Many times, your only motivation may be to get out of a marriage as fast as you can.  I will talk to you  during these times and remind you that you are moving on with your life so that you can concentrate on doing what is best for you and your children.  I will not allow you to direct your efforts to making your ex-spouse miserable. We will focus on making the relationship between you and your children under the circumstances.

Let’s see what we can accomplish together.
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