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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  • Tips for Keeping Your Divorce Out of the Public Eye - The last thing we want when going through a tough break-up, is to have to battle it out in front of a packed courtroom. However, once a party files for divorce, one’s personal financial information and custody battles becomes public record as a matter of law. The public (including your creditors, the media, or maybe that one nosy neighbor) now has a right to view all documents you file with the Court as well as attend your Court proceedings. Understandably, ...
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  • Counting the Dollars and Cents: Keys to Child Support Add-Ons - If you are a single parent you are probably familiar with the concept of child support. Child support is calculated using statewide guidelines and while the court has discretion to deviate from the guideline calculation, the guideline amount is presumptively correct in all cases. However, no family is the same. Perhaps one of your children is a preemie (or is accident prone) and has increased healthcare expenses or your child attends private school and has higher than average educational costs. ...
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  • A Quickie Divorce? - We have all heard the horror stories: “my divorce lasted longer than my marriage” or “it dragged out for years.” Thankfully, if you have minimal assets and are searching for ways to streamline your divorce process you have a few options. One way to expedite the process is to proceed by summary dissolution. Summary dissolution has the same effect as a divorce, but has several benefits that a “regular” divorce does not. Notably, it’s a quick(er) and eas(ier)y process. Oftentimes, ...
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