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How we can help.
Our practice areas.
Divorce and Family Law
Family Law is everything from drafting and negotiating premarital agreements to establishing paternity and, yes, divorce. Family Law situations can be stressful and difficult for everyone, but it does not have to be that way. We will help you move forward confidently and with dignity.
- Child Custody and Child Support
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Paternity and Legitimation
- Step-parent and Adult Adoptions
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Surrogacy, Storage of Eggs and Embryos
- Name Changes
- Equitable Distribution/Property Settlement
- Postseparation Support/Alimony
- Separation Agreements
- Consent Orders
- Nuptial Agreements
- Same-sex Marriage, Divorce and Child Support
- Domestic Violence and Civil Restraining Orders
- Alienation of Affections and Criminal Conversation
- Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (“QDROs”)
We truly believe in the power of mediation. Not only do we think it’s best for parties to try and work with one another before going to court, but the courts require it. We help parties see a place of compromise and commitment to leaving mediation with the least emotional damage to everyone involved.
- Divorce Mediation
- Unmarried Couples/Same-Sex Couples
- Client Mediation
Trusts and Estate Planning
We’ll guide you through the process of anticipating and arranging your estate to minimize taxes and offer other benefits. Trusts allow a third party, or trustee, to hold assets on behalf of a beneficiary.
- Last Will and Testament
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Healthcare Power of Attorney
- Living Will/Advance Directive
Appeals are not only procedurally complex, but they are not a “quick fix” to a trial court’s misstep. Let us talk you through whether you are eligible to appeal, what the process will look like, and whether there are other options available to you.