Family Law encompasses issues that affect family relationships. This area of law includes the end of the marriage via divorce, legal separation and anullments. It can involve relationship issues like child custody and parenting time (also known as visitation). It can involve financial issues such as child support, spousal support (also known as alimony), and division of assets such as homes, retirement accounts, furnishings and business interest. It includes non-marital issues such as guardianships, grandparent rights, step-parent rights and paternity. It also includes modifications and enforcement of support and child related judgments.

At Feibleman & Case, we make sure that you fully understand your rights and your responsibilities. All these matters interrelate and our philosophy is the more you know, the better you can make reasoned decisions about you and your family.
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