MARITAL AND FAMILY LAW

 

A CRISIS within a family such as a divorce or a child-custody dispute can be the most stressful and life-changing event any person or family endures. Knowledgeable legal advice from an attorney can put you on the right path to effectively deal with these complicated issues. 

 

I CAN'T AFFORD AN ATTORNEY You can't afford not to have on on your side.  We are often able to seek the Court's assistance to require the other party to pay your attorney fees expended during the litigation if you have the need and the other side has the ability to pay.   We offer our marital and family law clients a sliding hourly rate based upon your gross income. Call the Law Office for the details of this program.

At the Law Office of James M. Thomas, Esq., our knowledge and experience in this area enables us to provide clients with the information they need to make the right decisions. We are committed to our clients and their families during this most difficult time and process.  We selectively represent clients in the following areas:

Contested and Uncontested Divorce

Alimony / Spousal Support

Division of Marital Assets & Debts

Paternity

Mediation

Divorce Planning

Children's Issues

Relocation With Children

Guardianship

Pre-Nuptial and Post Nuptial Agreements

Marital Settlement Agreements

Contempt of Court/Enforcement of Prior Court Orders



YOUR INITIAL CONSULTATION ON ANY
MARITAL OR FAMILY  MATTER IS $300.00 WHICH WILL BE APPLIED TO YOUR RETAINER IN THE EVENT YOU HIRE THE LAW OFFICE TO REPRESENT YOU.

 

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