Regardless of whether you’re seeking child custody in the early stages of your divorce, modifications to your child custody agreement, or if you seek the child support you are entitled to from your ex-spouse, our lawyers are here for you. We understand that cases of custody and support are difficult for all parties involved, which is why we aim to make the process as easy as possible for you, so you can get back to cherishing your young ones.CUSTODY & SUPPORT
If you believe the trial court made a serious mistake in their ruling, you may want to speak with an attorney to determine whether an appeal is possible.
By settling a case outside of courtroom litigation, you can avoid an uncertain or foreseeably detrimental ruling and create your own solutions.
Familial relationships have a legal component that defines certain rights and responsibilities. Often, the legal recognition of certain relationships may carry an emotional significance as well.
After all the trouble that goes into getting a Court Order, the expectation is that the parties will follow it. When someone disregards a Court Order, a finding of Contempt following a court hearing can hold that someone accountable.
Post-decree modifications can operate differently than your initial Dissolution or Parental Responsibilities action. In a modification, your written motion to modify any order can make or break your case.
Life and the law may have their own plans for your marital bliss, property, and income. Prenuptial Agreements allow couples to plan how they want separate and marital property to be allocated in the event of death, separation, or divorce.
We know how to guide the executor of will or beneficiaries of an estate through the probate process: From identifying estate assets and beneficiaries to distributing assets and inheritances. Call on us for help!
The family law attorneys at McCoy Family Law understand that parenting issues are very important and potentially damaging to all parties involved. For this reason, our team will do everything we can to help the parents of a child come to an amicable agreement.