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Few life transitions are as difficult as a divorce. Whether you have been married for a short period of time or for decades, having a skilled and compassionate family law attorney on your side to ensure that all aspects of your legal matters are handled properly is essential.
Custody is a legal term which describes which parent has the authority to make major decisions for the minor children, such as health care, education, and religious training.
Adoption is a life altering event regardless of the circumstances and having professional legal counsel, support and guidance is imperative.
WILLS & TRUSTS
Making plans that your family will be cared for after your death can provide you with peace of mind during your life. One of the key steps to this planning is to make sure your estate documents (including wills and trusts) are up to date.
GUARDIANSHIP & CONSERVATORSHIPS
Sometimes a person is unable to make financial or personal decisions for themselves. This may be caused by age, illness, or mental capacity. In these situations, it is sometimes helpful to have another person appointed to make decisions on behalf of the incapacitated person.
When a person dies, someone usually must be appointed by the court to distribute his or her assets. This process is called probate. Probate is required whether or not the person had a will.