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Family Law

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Family Law

Are you in a dead-end marriage looking for a way out? Are you looking to establish a visitation schedule so you can stay involved in your children’s lives?  Do you have a court order that your spouse or co-parent won’t follow?  Has your spouse recently told you “I want out” or have you decided “enough is enough?”  It the answer is yes to any of these questions, it may be time to consult with an attorney

The focus of our practice is family law.   Whether you’re going through a contentious divorce with complex equitable distribution issues, a high-conflict custody case, or simply need an attorney to review an out-of-court separation agreement, we are at your service.   All of our attorneys are certified parent coordinators and feel right at home in the thick of a high-conflict case.  We are experienced and trial-ready, yet our professionalism opens opportunities to settle cases even in some of the most contentious situations.

The following areas are among those that we are experienced in representing our clients’ interests in family law cases.

Areas of Practice

Schedule an initial consultation with our lawyers by contacting us today.  We’re available to you by phone, fax or e-mail, and we stay available from that first chat through the resolution of your case.   If you’re not sure about whether you need an attorney, search our knowledgebase of answers to frequently asked questions, compiled from clients we’ve met with in your situation

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If you’re going through a divorce and need questions answered before speaking with a lawyer or coming out of pocket, visit our Guides or Blog which are updated weekly and contain a wealth of information that can assist you.

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At your initial consultation we will get to know your issue and advise you as to our services, but more importantly we get to know you and your goals.

Contact us by phone, fax or e-mail so we can discuss the specifics of your pending, potential case. We offer weeknight appointments, if necessary, and we have bilingual staff to accommodate Spanish speaking clients.

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