Our Services

Dispute Resolution (ADR)

A variety of non-adversarial tools are available to our lawyers to assist them in working towards an amicable resolution. Our lawyers are experienced negotiators and have settled many matters without resorting to formal dispute resolution. When the complexity of a matter does call for more formal dispute resolution methods, our family law lawyers have a track record of being effective at representing our clients at both mediations and arbitrations.

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Family/ Divorce Law

A separation or divorce can have far reaching effects on your own future as well as your children’s future. There are a multitude of legal issues that will need to be navigated with precision, tenacity and knowledge. Helping you through this process is our firm’s mission. There is absolutely no substitute for experience and skill when hiring a family law or divorce lawyer.

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Child Custody

Attaining a desirable result in a child custody dispute is always a delicate balance of tenacity, strategy and humility. There is absolutely no substitute for experience and skill when it comes to choosing a lawyer to deal with your child custody issues. Our knowledge, skill, experience and passion set us apart. Call to discuss your matter with one of our lawyers and see firsthand how our services can assist you.

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Child Support

Our lawyers practice exclusively in the area of family and divorce law and can confidently guide you through the legal issues surrounding child support. Our lawyers have a track record of resolving child support issues effectively, cost efficiently, and with success.

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Separation Agreements

Separation agreements allow parties to deal with property division and child custody matters as they see fit, without having to resort to Court or other costly and adversarial forums. They are the most efficient and effective way to resolve issues surrounding a separation and divorce.

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Spousal Support

Spousal support issues are fundamentally complex. Entitlement to spousal support may arise from either a marriage or from a common law relationship. The settlement may be based on a spouses’ actual need for support or an economic disadvantage resulting from the relationship.

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