A family attorney is responsible for handling cases falling under a unique area of practice. Family matters are often intensely personal, and many people prefer that they be kept private. However, the legal process is a public one and requires sound guidance to navigate. Click here for more information.
A family attorney can address:
● Divorce—Divorce cases address the delicate issues of property and custody. However, even the most amicable proceedings require expert legal representation in order to ensure all rights are protected.
● Child Custody Cases—Mr. Friedman handles all kinds of cases involving issues of child customdy, parenting time, and child support, including cases where the parties have never been married.
● Other Matters—Mr Friedman also handles issues that arise after a divorce judgment or other family court order as been entered. This can include modification of custody, parenting time, alimony, and child support. Feel free to contact Mr Friedman at any time to discus any issues in the family law context.