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Family Law

There are few life events more stressful than family disputes. Divorces, child support matters, child custody or timesharing, parenting plans, paternity, alimony, domestic violence, and other family actions are difficult to go through. In these types of cases, everything important to you might be at issue. However, you do not need to face these matters alone, as the lawyers at The Burton Firm can assist you in understanding your rights.

Our attorneys have years of experience representing individuals in the following types of cases:

  • Alimony

  • Child custody

  • Child support modification

  • Child timesharing

  • Contempt & Enforcement

  • Contested Divorce

  • Domestic Violence

  • Divorce

  • Name changes

  • No-fault divorce

  • Parental Responsibility

  • Parenting Plans

  • Paternity

  • Prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements

  • Uncontested Divorce

Our lawyers can assist you in understanding the following matters related to your case:

  • The nature of a family law action;

  • The purpose of a summons and a process server;

  • The court process in general;

  • The timelines involved in family cases;

  • The meaning of an irretrievably broken marriage;

  • The enforceability of a prenuptial/premarital agreement;

  • The enforceability of a post-nuptial agreement;

  • Temporary support;

  • Psychological evaluations;

  • Alimony requirements;

  • Child support guidelines;

  • Minor child schooling issues;

  • Depositions;

  • The discovery process;

  • Marital property;

  • Marital assets;

  • Marital liabilities and/or marital debts;

  • Mediation;

  • Settlement potential; and,

  • Marital settlement agreements

If you or a family member need to pursue a family law claim or defend against one, please call The Burton Firm for a free consultation. Our legal team will evaluate your case and inform you of your legal rights and available options.

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