Matters of the family that require legal
assistance fall under the family law area.
These can include marriage, divorce, cohabitation,
child or spousal abuse, domestic violence, child
custody, adoption, visitation, alimony, property
Most family law matters fall under the jurisdiction
of State or county family law courts. Granting
of divorces and settling issues of child custody,
alimony, child support, visitation and property
settlement take the vast amount of resources of the
court. In many divorces, issues many need to be
revisited often as the children grow. Child
support and visitation issues tend to find their way
back to the courts regularly.
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