Family Law FAQs
I have the reputation at the onset so that families and the judicial system are comfortable in knowing that I would never put a child in danger.
I try to guide them as to what would be in their best interest for the future, and I try to make sure that my orders are fashioned in such a way, that these people do not have to keep appearing in court several times over. We are trying to get a distinct final order, and we are trying to get answers that you can live with, for the rest of their lives.
My belief is that a father is just as good a parent as a mother is, so I have just gravitated towards representing those fathers, to show the courts that it does not matter what age a child is, that a father is just as capable as a mother is.
We try to see what could happen in the future, and we try not to leave any stone unturned. I advise them when in doubt. Always read your order, and do exactly what that order says. So the orders are extremely important.
If one parent tries to restrict without good reasons on visitations with the other, then that parent is probably not going to be a good primary residential parent, because they will not make sure that, the child has a good and loving relationship with the other.
There is so much that I can do as an attorney to help my client get through this divorce, and that is what I have tried to do. I think that sets me apart from the other attorneys’ who practice family law in this state.
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