While the end of any marriage can be devastating, having good legal counsel can make a
divorce, dissolution or legal separation far less stressful and fair for each of the parties
involved. Our family law attorneys work with our clients to ensure that they receive their
fair share of the marital assets. They also work with clients and opposing counsel to
establish custody issues to allow for harmonious relations in the future and to provide the
best environment for any children of the marriage.

If you are not yet married, a prenuptial agreement may be in your best interest,
particularly if either party has been married previously or has children from a prior
marriage. A prenuptial agreement does not mean that you are planning for a divorce but
rather that you are planning for your future and ensuring that all parties are protected in
the event of one spouse’s death or in the unfortunate circumstance that the marriage does
end in divorce. Our family law attorneys can meet with you and explain the implications
and advantages of a prenuptial agreement.

Sometimes what seemed fair at the time of a divorce is no longer fair when the
circumstances of one spouse or the children change. In those cases, it may be necessary
to seek a modification of alimony (spousal support), child support, or the allocation of
parental responsibilities or custody. At those times, it is important to have an attorney
who will fight for your rights and the rights of your children.