The domestic case—whether it’s custody, divorce issues, or domestic violence—is often the first time a party will consult with an attorney. It can be a time marked by confusion, anger, frustration, fear and uncertainty. The following is an article entitled TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES: WHY HONESTY IN THE BEST POLICY WHEN DEALING WITH YOUR LAWYER by Katie McClaflin published in the Family Advocate, a publication of the American Bar Association, Family Law Section. At Ward Family… Read More
Practice AreasAbsolute divorceAlienation of Affection and Criminal ConversationChild supportComplex financial mattersCustodyDomestic violenceMediation and arbitrationPrenuptial agreementsProperty distributionSeparation agreementsSpousal support
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