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Divorce and Other Family Law Matters

We can assist you in a variety of family law matters, including:

  • Divorce (uncontested and contested)
  • Spousal support and child support
  • Marital agreements and Separation agreements
  • Child custody and visitation

Contact us for more information on how we can assist you.

To start your divorce, please fill out our Divorce Intake Form

Divorce and Immigration Issues

If you are a non-citizen facing divorce, we can provide additional expertise in addressing the interplay between divorce issues and concurrent and/or future immigration issues. asdfasfdfadfda

Father's Rights

Unfortunately, for the past several decades, the American system of marriage and divorce has evolved into a huge scam for men in general and fathers in particular.  

For instance, in some states, prenuptual agreements are "generally" inforceable, but if there is a significant disparity in income before and after marriage between the parties, a prenuptual agreement may (and likely, will) be set aside.

It is difficult to conceive of anything more patently absurd.  If there is not a significant dispartiy in income, you don't need a prenup in the firts place, while if there is significant disparity, you need a prenup, but it may (and likely will) be set aside!

We are helping to turn the tide. In the past, we have helped fathers to modify and lessen their support obligations to achieve a more fair result for both parties.

If you require legal assistance, please contact us to schedule a consultation by completing the form below:
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