Spousal Support

Spousal support is a difficult legal issue. Every case and every situation is different. Usually the court issues an order to provide support money for the spouse after the divorce has been settled.

A judge may award spousal support when the other party has a special need.

Whether for brief period or in long-term, there are several kinds of supports that can be requested or afforded. The family counsel will see to it that what has come between you and your partner will be enforce for the welfare of the both of you.

Visitation rights

Among the issues involving divorce, issues about child custody and visitation right is very much difficult to resolve. It’s important to come up with a parenting plan and appropriate arrangement so that each parent can see the child. Even if they don’t want to, both parents must agree with the terms and conditions involving visitation rights. It must be agreeable to both parties.

A family law attorney would mediate between the two parents and will help make major decisions for each parent. From simple issues like who will have the child over holidays and weekends, up to major and difficult ones concerning education, health and future are the things both parents must resolve with the help of a family law attorney.

When it comes to deciding about parenting, particularly visitation rights, both parents must understand that consulting a family law attorney is more beneficial to them instead of following the court’s decisions.