Family Law Services
Child Custody & Access
“Custody” refers to certain decision-making regarding children, while “access” refers to each parent’s physical time with the children.
Child Support & Spousal Support
Child support refers to the amount payable by one parent to the other for the support of a child, while spousal support refers to the amount payable from one spouse to the other for the support of the recipient spouse.
The matrimonial home is given special treatment in the area of family law. A matrimonial home is the property that two married spouses lived in which, at the time of separation, a spouse had an interest in and was ordinarily occupied by the spouses as their family residence.
Separation Agreements & Parenting Agreements
Our lawyers are experienced in negotiating and drafting legal Separation and Parenting Agreements for our clients dealing with all issues in a family law case.
Representation in Court
Our lawyers are experienced in representing clients at each stage of the court process in a family law case. There are multiple stages in a typical family law case.
Limited Scope Retainers
Limited Scope Retainers refer to a cost-effective alternative to full representation by a lawyer. This is an “a la carte” type of legal representation where you choose which aspects of your case you would like your lawyer to represent you on or provide you with advice for.