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International Matters

International family law can encompass a wide range of legal issues that arise when families are separated by international borders.

Spousal Support

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is a financial payment made by one spouse to the other following a divorce or separation.

Child Support

Child support is a critical aspect of family law, and as a family law lawyer, it is important to have a thorough understanding of the legal framework surrounding child support.

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects millions of people each year.

Child Custody

Child custody cases can be among the most emotionally charged and complex legal matters that a lawyer can handle.

Separation & Divorce

Separation and divorce are emotionally charged and complex legal matters that can have a significant impact on individuals and families.

How It Works

When working with our lawyer, it’s important to provide them with as much information as possible about your case. This can help our lawyer understand your situation and build the strongest possible case on your behalf.


Consulting with our lawyer can provide guidance and support on legal matters and help protect your rights and interests.


Strategizing with our lawyer can help you develop a plan of action to address a legal issue and achieve your desired outcome in the most effective and efficient manner.

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Taking action with our lawyer can involve implementing the agreed upon plan, following legal procedures, and making decisions based on their expert advice to reach a resolution in your legal matter.


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  1. Background information: Provide a detailed explanation of the events that led up to your case, including dates, places, and any relevant individuals involved.

  2. Relevant documents: Provide any relevant documentation, such as contracts, emails, receipts, medical records, or police reports.

  3. Witnesses: Provide the names and contact information of any individuals who may have information relevant to your case.

  4. Financial information: If your case involves financial issues, provide your lawyer with information about your income, expenses, assets, and debts.

  5. Goals and expectations: Clearly communicate your goals and expectations for the outcome of your case.

  6. Previous legal experiences: If you have any previous legal experiences, such as prior lawsuits or criminal proceedings, let your lawyer know.

  7. Personal information: Provide any personal information that may be relevant to your case, such as employment status, health conditions, or family circumstances.

Yes, the information shared between a client and our lawyer is generally considered confidential and protected by attorney-client privilege, which is a legal doctrine that prevents lawyers from disclosing information obtained during the course of the attorney-client relationship without the client’s consent. This helps to ensure that clients can communicate freely and openly with our lawyers without fear that their sensitive information will be disclosed to others.

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The deadline for filing a personal injury lawsuit, also known as the statute of limitations, varies depending on the jurisdiction and type of injury involved. In general, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is anywhere from one to six years, but it can be as short as a few months in some cases. It’s important to note that the statute of limitations can start running from the date of the injury, so it’s best to consult with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible to determine the deadline for filing a claim. Failing to file a claim within the statute of limitations can result in the claim being barred and the injured person losing the right to pursue compensation for their injuries.

If you’ve been involved in an automobile accident, it’s important to take the following steps to protect your health, your rights, and your ability to recover compensation for your injuries and damages:

  1. Seek medical attention: If you have been injured, even if it seems minor, seek medical attention as soon as possible.

  2. Exchange information: Get the contact and insurance information from all parties involved in the accident.

  3. Document the scene: If possible, take photos of the damage to the vehicles and any other evidence related to the accident, such as skid marks, road conditions, and traffic signals.

  4. Report the accident: Report the accident to the police and obtain a copy of the accident report.

  5. Notify your insurance company: Report the accident to your insurance company as soon as possible, but avoid giving a recorded statement until you’ve consulted with a personal injury attorney.

  6. Consult with a personal injury attorney: Consider hiring a personal injury attorney to represent you, especially if you are seriously injured or if the other driver was at fault.

Taking these steps will help to ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the best possible chance of recovering compensation for your injuries and damages.