Other issues often arise in family court cases, and we can also help you navigate these matters:
- Orders of Protection
- Relocation (Moving Children out of State)
- Prenuptial & Post-Marital Agreements
- Grandparent & Stepparent Rights
Orders of Protection:These are necessary when one spouse or parents causes harm or threatens to cause harm to the other spouse or parent. Being a victim of domestic violence and being accused of domestic violence both bring different challenges. However, we are prepared to help you through any such challenges and to help ensure that your voice is heard.
Sometimes it is necessary for a parent to move out of state with the child. Special laws and requirements govern relocation. We have the experience needed to handle your relocation case, whether you are the parent who needs to re-locate or the parent who is not moving.
Prenuptial & Post-Marital Agreements:
No one enters a marriage expecting it to fail but it’s important to put in place a plan for every “what-if.” We can help draft an agreement either before or during a marriage. Premarital and post-marital agreements can provide a sense of security, especially if you are entering a marriage with significant assets. These agreements are binding contracts, as long as they meet certain strict guidelines. We can draft these agreements and help you protect your assets. We can also review these agreements if your soon-to-be spouse asks you to sign one. Do not sign a prenuptial or post-marital agreement without first consulting with an attorney.
Grandparent & Stepparent Rights:
When parents are unable to safely parent their children, another third party, such as a grandparent or stepparent often needs to step in to provide ongoing care to the child. In other cases, grandparents and stepparents have a close enough relationship with a child that visitation can be ordered by the court. Our firm has the experience needed to help you through these third-party in loco parentis cases.
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We have the expertise to help you navigate through all of these important family law issues. Give us a call at 602-942-6200 for all of your family law needs.