Agreed Divorces (also known as Uncontested Divorces) occur when both spouses agree on each and every aspect of the divorce matter. Often, we help clients by offering creative suggestions for ways to work out a settlement instead of pursuing relief in Court.
Complex divorces (also known as Contested Divorces) occur when the spouses do not agree on every aspect of the divorce. This can be one issue or a multitude of issues including custody and/or property. As your attorneys, we work to prepare the matter and you for courtroom litigation.
Custody cases involve five main issues: Conservatorship, Possession, Child Support, Health Insurance and Residency Restriction. We will work to explain all options to empower you in raising your child.
Premarital Agreements are generally used to limit the issues in the case a divorce is needed in the future. These agreements often help avoid litigation or at least minimize it.
Adoption cases are used for legally establishing a parent-child relationship.
Collaborative Law is an alternative to dealing with divorce and parent/child issues outside of Court. It is not right for every case, but sometimes it is very productive and helpful because it attempts to work to find a solution with all interested parties.