February 11, 2019

Love Month

February is the month where love is in their air, but it can also be an emotionally difficult time for others, especially when going through a lengthy or contentious divorce.

Our firm represents clients on a wide range of family law issues. One of the things that we hear most, and fight extremely hard to secure for our clients out the outset of a case, is a sense that things will be alright during the holiday time period. Oftentimes children are involved as well, and it may require advance negotiations or even judicial intervention to make sure that our clients are ensured quality time with their children during the holidays. A parent who has a tradition to take his or her child somewhere special, maybe to a dance or dinner, isn’t going to want to miss out on that moment, not only for themselves but also because of the child’s excitement and expectations. This is where we really dig in to make sure those irreplaceable memories aren’t missed out on during the progress of a case.

Our clients need to know that they can count on us to be there in exactly these type of situations, and we take pride in knowing that the personal relationship we have with our clients allows us to know exactly what we need to do so our firm can help. We hope that all of our clients have a wonderful Valentines Day. And you can expect us to be there along the way to make sure that happens.


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COVID-19 Update


As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, we will remain open until further notice. As always, the well-being of our clients and staff remains our highest priority, therefore we have taken precautions recommended by global and local public health authorities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.


— We have encouraged our staff to practice social distancing by reducing physical contact with others to ensure we can continue to work for our clients.
— Requiring all client meetings and consultations to be conducted virtually.
— We are happy to have meetings with you via phone, online conferencing, as well as through email.
— Our team will continue to fulfill court obligations with the new methods required by the courts as they remain open telephonically.


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