Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support

Family law is a complicated area of law and the outcome of such cases can depend on an array of scenarios. Divorces not only involve complicated matters such as alimony, but can also include the allocation of assets, bank accounts, real estate, and retirement accounts.

Also, in matters of child custody, without a court order in place, a parent may attempt to gain the upper hand by withholding the child from the parent. A delay of contact with minor children is not only an emotional hardship but can also be detrimental to your case.

Child support is also an issue in custody matters. Whether you are a custodial parent not receiving a sufficient amount of child support or non-custodial parent who is overpaying child support, we are prepared to help you to advocated for a fair child support order.

If you are currently undergoing a family situation, please contact us and we will work hard to provide you the peace of mind you deserve while undergoing this process.