Unfortunately, not all marriages work out. Sometimes the circumstances in the marital relationship change, and there is no way to rehabilitate the damage that has been caused as a result. Divorce may be the next step. It is important to have legal representation throughout all stages of the marriage dissolution process. One simple legal misunderstanding could have detrimental effects on your future marital status, alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. Our firm ensures that our clients have their interests protected both now and in the future.


We often receive calls from new clients, stating that they just didn't understand what they were agreeing to when they originally settled their divorce or paternity claim. If you can prove a substantial change in circumstances since the time of your last court order or final judgment, you may be able to modify the child support or alimony order in your case.


Parents who have a child together but have never been married face complex legal issues which sometimes require professional legal advice to resolve. This process can be very confusing and overwhelming for most people who do not work with the court system on a regular basis. Many times a court order is necessary to ensure that either parent complies with visitation rights or child support responsibilities. Our firm can help you resolve these issues so that the best interests of your children are protected.


Our firm handles adoptions for step-parent, relative, and private placement adoptions. Adoption provides a way for a child to become a legal part of his or her new family, and ensures that the child is entitled to all the rights and privileges of a biological child of the adoptive parents.


One of the most important things you can do for your loved ones is to establish a plan for your health care and financial decision making should you ever be in a position wherein you are unable to make those decisions on your own. Our firm can assist you with drafting your Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, Living Will and Designation of Health Care Surrogate so that you may be confident that your wishes will be carried out in the future.


Going through any type of family law action is not only emotionally draining, but often times extremely expensive. Our firm is flexible in setting up payment plans and monthly payment arrangements.


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