Family conflicts are often scary, complicated, emotionally draining, and financially taxing. Hiring a lawyer adds to the financial worry. When this type of fear and uncertainty affects you and your family, you need to find out what your rights are and what actions are available for you to meet these challenges.
An initial consultation with a lawyer is always the best route before you make decisions that will affect your future in ways you do not know about. Even when you and your partner feel certain you have reached an agreement in a family law case, it is best to have a lawyer learn your circumstances, review your agreement, and educate you about your choices before you sign irrevocable documents. It is well worth the time and minimal expense to hear from a lawyer what your rights are and what courts actually do in deciding the specific conflicts in your case.
In choosing to hire a lawyer, you want a lawyer who is going to listen to you, gain the full picture of your circumstances, and work hard for you. You want a lawyer on your side who cares about the outcome of your case, is compassionate and knowledgeable, and with whom you can discuss your choices openly. Weintraub Law provides you with the support, information and expertise you need to explore your choices and see what the road ahead looks like for you. Through careful listening, attention to detail and rigorous case preparation, we are known for going the distance to secure the best possible outcomes for our clients.
Many people facing family law disputes want to reach agreement rather than fight expensively and acrimoniously. Others need strong advocacy provided in a courtroom to remedy unfair actions taken against them, their children or their finances. Whatever situation is yours, the pros and cons of each of these directions is fully discussed with you so you can select the options that best reach your goals. We are highly successful in both avenues of reaching fair outcomes – negotiating cases to settlement or arguing cases before the court.
We provide representation in these types of cases:
- Parenting Petitions
- Parenting Rights & Responsibilities
- Ex partes
- Child Support
- Real Estate disputes
- Contempt of Court Orders
- Enforcement & Modification of Court Orders
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Abuse & Neglect
- Domestic Violence