If you are here because you want to file a case, or you think you want to file a case, call us at 888.610.3352. Often times, an event happens, and you know you need help to fix it, but are not sure how. These are some typical situations that our clients find themselves in before calling us.
Has your spouse announced she wants a divorce?
Have you decided that the marriage is ending and want to file for divorce?
Are you expecting or have had a child out of wedlock and are tired of her controlling when you see your child?
Are you falling behind on child support due to unemployment or reduction in salary?
Has a situation occurred that makes you think a change of custody is warranted?
Have you received a notice from the mother of your child announcing she wants to move away and take your child?
Have you been sued for child support, or has the mother of your child announced that she is going to sue you for child support?
- Analyze your situation
- Determine if a case can be filed (or if a case should be filed)
- Ascertain what type of case should be filed
- Determine when you should file your case
- Give you the likely next steps and what to expect after filing
We are brutally honest with our assessment. If you do not need an attorney to fix your problem, we will tell you, and will give you tips on how to handle it yourself. If you have a case that we think we cannot “win,” i.e meet the goals that you have set, we will let you know.
Unlike some attorneys, we will not tell you want you want to hear in order to get your money. We are in a unique position where we have a great deal of referrals due to our past successes, and only accept cases that fit into our firm’s philosophy and caseload. That means we turn down more cases than we accept, so you can be assured that if we accept your case, it is because we believe in you and your case.
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