Family Law: Complex and Changing
An attorney board certified as a family law specialist must stay current on the law and demonstrate a proficiency based on passing a written examination, demonstrating a high level of experience, fulfilling educational requirements, and being favorably evaluated by other attorneys and judges familiar with his or her work. Board certified family lawyers can:
Prepare Marital Settlement Agreements and Parenting Plans for children.
Draft Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements.
Address legal issues involving distribution of property, and the payment of child, spousal and family support.
Negotiate or mediate difficult and emotional issues relating to legal separation, divorce, dissolution of marriage, and arrangements for children.
Assist clients who need protection from domestic violence.
Provide quality representation in court.
Handle matters relating to modifications of arrangements for children, spousal support and/or child support.
Offer a collaborative process enabling clients to resolve disputes without court intervention.
Whether or not your family law matter is complex or simple, board certified family lawyers & board certified family attorneys can assist with proficiency based on his or her experience, continued legal education, and knowledge of the family law.