Divorces and Annulments: In the unfortunate circumstance that your marriage does not work out and there is no possibility of reconciliation, divorce may be the only option. My office handles both contested and uncontested actions as well as complex divorces involving issues such as child custody and/or substantial marital assets. If, on the other hand, there has been a fraud which goes to the essentials of the marriage contract, an annulment may be an option. Contact my office to discuss your situation in confidence.
Contribution for College Expenses For Unemancipated Children of Divorce: As part of your divorce, you should ensure that contributions for your children's college-related expenses are properly planned. College expense includes more than tuition, and detailed planning in advance may help reduce uncertainty about how such expenses will be paid. Contact my office to discuss your college contribution case.
Child Custody: Whenever possible, you should seek the assistance of counsel regarding your child custody issues. However, if you are involved in an interstate or international child custody dispute, it is highly recommended that you get an attorney since those laws are often complex and vary tremendously. Contact my office to discuss your child custody case.
Child Support: Issues surrounding child support may often turn out to be more in depth than first anticipated because they are sometimes intertwined with child custody and/or visitation. An attorney can help navigate you through these processes as well as advise you on an appropriate course of action. Contact my office to learn how we might be able to help you.
Prenuptial Agreements: If you are planning to get married, a prenuptial agreement might be beneficial for you, particularly if you own substantial assets prior to commencement of the marriage. Contact my office to evaluate your situation in confidence and to determine if obtaining this type of agreement would be in your best interest.