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 and LGBT legal services that meet the needs of families of all shapes and sizes.

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Latest Resources

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  • Will Spousal Support Increase When Child Support Terminates? - Child support ordinarily terminates when a child turns 18 years old unless the child remains a full time high student, in which case, support continues until the child graduates or turns 19 (whichever comes first). If you are the spouse paying alimony and child support you may be looking forward to some financial relief once child support is over. (although I think we all realize that kids who turn 18 are generally not self supporting and still require the financial ...
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  • You, Your Spouse, and…. (3rd Parties Joined to Divorce Actions) - Most people are aware that in Divorce or Domestic Partnership Dissolution, certain employee benefit plans can be joined to the action to ensure that retirement accounts are divided prior to the completion of the case. However, there are additional ‘joinder provisions’ in the Family Code that provide for ‘interested parties’ to be joined to a case in certain situations. While not commonly utilized, joinder provisions can be crucial to protecting rights and/or limiting a spouse’s exposure in divorce. Once joined, ...
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  • Custody Disputes Over Native American Children - The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is a federal law designed to protect American Indian and Alaska Native families and tribes. ICWA was passed in 1978 in response to alarmingly high rates of Indian children being removed from homes and placed in non-Indian foster homes. With ICWA, Congress declared a strong policy of preserving the stability and security of Indian tribes by protecting Indian children from removal and, if removal is necessary, placing the child in a home that reflects ...
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