We’ve got you covered

on all separation and divorce issues.

We are here to help you through all of the milestones of your family life.

We work in many practice areas to help you plan when a relationship is new, sort things out if a relationship ends, help protect you from family violence, welcome new members to your family and plan for your loved ones when you’re no longer here.

First and foremost, we are divorce lawyers. We represent you on all your separation and divorce issues – parenting, child support, spousal support, and family property.

Legal advice can be just as important at the beginning of a relationship, as it is at the end. We can also help you prepare your Cohabitation or Prenuptial Agreement.

We prepare stepparent adoptions, represent clients with family protection issues, and offer wills and estates services.

If you have questions about whether we can help you with your specific issues, please contact us. We would be happy to talk it through with you.

These are common issues we help to resolve:

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Divorce is an emotional, physical and legal separation. We help you figure out what life is going to look like moving forward and take care of the legal stuff.

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Unmarried Couples

Living with someone, when you are not married, can create legal rights and responsibilities. In many ways, the same as married couples.

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Parenting (married spouses)

Parenting after separation is challenging. Even though your relationship ends, you and your spouse are still parents together.

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Parenting (unmarried partners)

Although the statues and language is slightly different for married and unmarried parents, the concepts and tests are the same.

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Child Support

You and your spouse have been feeding, housing and clothing your children all along. It’s now just called child support.

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Spousal Support

Sometimes spouses support each other financially after separation. This requires a practical plan that makes sense for both of you.

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Family Property Division

Your family property may or may not be divided 50/50. You may keep some, without sharing it, and some may be divided based on what’s fair.

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Cohabitation Agreements

Living together may mean that you have legal rights and responsibilities, even if you don’t marry. Get wise before you move in, so there are no surprises. You and your partner may like the idea of setting out the rules ahead of time so that things are fair if you decide to part ways.

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Prenuptial Agreements

You don’t want to break up, but it is sometimes good to plan ahead. You and your fiance may want to decide now how you are going to share things or deal with things if you decide to part ways in the future.

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Wills + Estates

Having a Will is arguably one of the most important things you can do for you and your family. Not only can a will legally protect your spouse, children, and assets, it can also spell out exactly how you would like things handled after you have passed on.

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Stepparent Adoption

Adopting a child, as a stepparent, is exciting. The legal adoption process can be daunting and complicated. You focus on diapers, homework, and the fun stuff. We’ll take care of the paperwork.