Family law is more than just divorces. Although it includes divorce and related topics, it is a very broad legal area that also includes prenuptial agreements and other parts of pre-divorce planning, establishing parenting plans and child support orders, and managing issues related to modifying previous court orders and bridging the intersections of divorce and other legal areas, like business law when a divorcing individual is a small business owner.
Our team understands that it is rare for a family law case to fit neatly into one of the above categories. Often, a divorce involves a parenting plan, a child support order, and special considerations regarding the couple’s assets. Our approach considers all of the issues present in your divorce to provide you with dynamic, personalized legal counsel and representation.
Many different types of cases fall under the family law umbrella. Our team handles the following:
Although our name is Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we work with individuals of all genders. We are especially attuned to the issues women and mothers face in family court, but we can and do represent men as well.
When you need legal counsel and representation for your divorce, child support order, or any other family law case, work with a family lawyer who has experience working on women’s behalves. Contact our team at Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group today to schedule your free legal consultation in our office.
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