Family Law

Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support are all encompassed in the area of law known as Family Law. Our attorneys work with you to assess your individual situation and determine what options are available to you. All Family Law cases are unique just as every family is unique, and our attorneys take the time to develop a plan with you that takes into account those differences.

Collaborative Law


Collaborative Divorce is the process of working in a team to reach a joint, mutual resolution. The team consists of the two parties, each party has their own attorney, and other professionals necessary for resolution (ex. financial expert). The team has meetings to discuss different areas of the divorce such as property division, child custody, alimony, or any other area that the parties feel needs to be addressed.

Family Law Services Includes:

  • Adoption

  • Child Custody

  • Child Support & Alimony

  • Division of Property

  • Divorce

  • Domestic Abuse

  • Guardian ad Litem

  • Legal Separation

  • LGBTQ Family Law

  • Paternity Actions

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