When Should I See A Family Law Attorney?

It may be overwhelming when searching for a lawyer for your case.  It’s important to know that lawyers typically have a niche and do not practice all kinds of cases.  Internet research is a great place to start. In the world of the internet almost all lawyers have some sort of web presence where you can learn more about them and their practice. Family Law practitioners work to ease the pain, distress, and uncertainty, which often accompany family law issues.

Some of the most common cases for a Family Law Attorney are:

    • Divorce


    • Child and spousal support


    • Child custody


    • Adoption


  • Paternity

Family Law Practice can also include the following practice areas: Legal Separation, Post-Decree Issues, Civil Protection Orders, Protection Orders, Same-Sex Family Law Issues, Interstate Custody Disputes, and Family Law Appeals.