Divorce & Family Law


Marriage

Each relationship is unique. As a result, we understand that there is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to marital contracts. We use a fresh and effective approach to craft and negotiate prenuptial, postnuptial and cohabitation agreements that can save you a considerable amount of time, stress, and money, in the event your relationship dissolves.

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Divorce

Divorce is stressful. Our goal is to minimize the cost and disruption to your life. We respect the legal system but trust there are sometimes better and more streamlined ways to resolve domestic issues. You can count on us as well respected, experienced problem solvers, to strategize and implement a solution that protects your marital and parental rights -- even in the most complex and contentious divorces.

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Family

As parents first, we understand that the number one priority is your kids. When it comes to your children, their best interests need to come above all else. We guide you through your most significant family transitions, taking pride in providing child custody, child support, parentage, third parent and LGBT legal services that meet the needs of families of all shapes and sizes.

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Law Firm 500 2016 Honoree

Levine Family Law Group

has been named a Law Firm 500 Award Honoree, ranking in the top 100 fastest-growing law firms in America!


Latest Resources

We regularly update our blog with news and resources.

  • When are attorney fees “awarded” in a divorce action? - It’s no secret that hiring an attorney is expensive. Even if you are using a lawyer on a ‘limited scope’ basis to help you only with strategy or to review and revise your forms, it is still a cost that you probably didn’t plan for. So when can you request that your spouse pay your fees? Conversely, will you be on the hook to pay some or all of your ex’s lawyer costs? While there are many ways fee requests ...
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  • How to Keep Your Divorce Conversations Productive - First things first. If you want to negotiate an agreement with your spouse, you have to remember (and accept) the following principles: Be mindful that your purpose is to avoid arguing and to be as persuasive as possible. The communication issues you had during your marriage will not go away in separation. What does that mean? It means you need to manage your expectations and negotiation style or risk one or more of the following: constant arguing, bickering, flat out ...
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  • 6 Ways Divorce Legal Professionals Can Shift the “Divorce Corp” Mentality to Provide a Positive Client Experience - We as divorce professionals balance two very important ‘obligations’ – that to our families, to help financially support them – and to our clients, to assist them through a challenging transitionary period in their lives – in the most efficient, compassionate and least disruptive way. While many of us would like to change the divorce paradigm and legal process itself – that certainly isn’t going to happen overnight and we’ve yet to find real, meaningful solutions that improve the status ...
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