Every individual should have access to advice and legal help.
Certain procedures affecting the responsibilities of family life must be pursued in court because they are regulated by state and federal law. You don’t have to deal with family law matters alone. Having an attorney can make a huge difference in the outcome of your family law matter, whether it is a divorce, guardianship, adoption, custody modification, or paternity suit.
When a family is in transition and needs legal advice, emotions run high and parties may be unsure of what their future holds.
The Law Store attorneys can help with:
- Name Changes
- Uncontested Divorce
- Paternity suits
- Prenuptial agreements
- Temporary restraining orders
- Protective order for children
- Uncontested modification of child support or custody
- Temporary Delegation of Custody
- Limited scope representation
The majority of family law proceedings are a result of divorce. Couples can save time and money through filing an uncontested divorce if they can come to an agreement as to the key terms of divorce settlement: division of property, custody, child support, or alimony. If parties cannot come to an agreement The Law Store also offers limited scope representation where needed.
The Law Store can help you make difficult decisions regarding who will have custody of your children; what will the visitation agreement be; and how much alimony is necessary? Support for children is frequently calculated according to your state’s statute, and your local court may have a specific spreadsheet or formula they want you to use. The calculation will take into account the respective incomes of the parents, the cost of health insurance for the child, support paid for other children by the non-custodial parent, and more.
A Law Store attorney can help you through this process, doing the calculations, and drafting all the paperwork.
Every state has a comprehensive set of laws in place to determine the rights of the parties. Attorney representation is crucial. Without it, a party is vulnerable and can unknowingly waive important legal rights. Protect your rights and minimize the negative impact of divorce by consulting with a lawyer. Call or stop by The Law Store today.