We focus on that area of law that covers the creation and restructuring of families all the way from legal representation for genetic material donations, adoption, parentage, child custody, child support, and divorce. Family law demands a unique perspective that differs from most other areas of legal practice, it requires a constant eye to the crisis of the day while keenly aware of the long-term aspects of the endeavor.
For example a divorce with young children effects the reminder of their childhood, but the attitude and impact of your decisions today may directly effect your child’s decisions over your grandchildren and whether you are invited then. The next immediate issue is to find a resolution that prevents subsequent litigation, a temporary win is of no value if you are back in court immediately afterwards. Immediate victory is far less important than long term resolutions.