Practice Areas

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An adoption is when an adult legally assumes the role of a parent for a child.


Alimony or spousal support is a monthly payment made by one spouse to another in accordance with either a settlement agreement or a court decision.

Appellate Practice

Appellate practice entails presenting cases for the second hearing in an attempt to overturn a ruling or get a more lenient sentence.

Child Custody

Child custody and visitation are often much contested aspects of a divorce case. Additionally, issues can also arise between parents who have never been married.

Child Support

Child support is money paid by one parent to the other parent for the purpose of providing financial support to a child or children.

Civil Litigation

Civil litigation is a term that applies to any legal dispute where two or more parties are seeking monetary damages or a specific performance and does not include criminal accusations.

Dependency &

The specific focus of a dependency and neglect proceeding is on the fitness or condition of the child’s parent or guardian.


Divorce, or "dissolution of marriage," is the legal termination of the marital relationship.


Domestic violence is behavior that involves abuse and actions that threaten another person such as an individual’s spouse, partner, or children.


Mediation is an informal process where a mediator helps people with a dispute to reach agreement.


Paternity is the legal establishment of the identity of a child's father -- which may be a factor in cases involving child support, custody, adoption, and inheritance.

Post Divorce

Post-divorce litigation deals with the enforcement or modification of judgments entered in divorce proceedings.

Prenuptial &

Agreements made and signed either before or after a couple's marriage.

Termination of
Parental Rights

Termination of parental rights ends the legal parent-child relationship.

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