We concentrate our practice in the areas of matrimonial, divorce, family and employment law.
Our matrimonial representation includes divorce, separation, support, property distribution, pension, custody, visitation, relocation and enforcement issues.
At our Full Resource Website various forms, questionnaires, tips, dos and don'ts, ten commandments of post divorce-parents, custody evaluation guidelines, pension data sheets, license data sheet, a client reading list, legal words and phrases, checklists, financial statements and other information and aids give the viewer a head start in taking action.
Much information on topics such as firm policy, how a case proceeds, the automatic order, giving testimony at a deposition, relocation, visitation guidelines, verbal abuse, characteristics of abusers, child custody and support, premarital agreements, and other issues and other resources available will help you to understand your rights the legal process and empower you.
Explanations of the earned income credit, how to rate life insurance, the innocent spouse election, marital property, separate property, the paper chase and other topics will help you to make financial decisions.
Our employment law practice presses claims of employment discrimination on the basis of age, gender, ethnicity, race, creed, religion, disability and sexual harassment; severance negotiations employment contract suits; and other employment litigation in both Federal and State courts.
Additionally, with the deployment of thousands of National Guardsmen and Reservists our Employment Law Practice also presses claims under the Uniformed Service Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA) enforcing the rights of military personnel upon leaving the military and returning to employment.
Our website includes much information useful to a better understanding of divorce and employment rights and the process of successfully resolving disputes in these areas. We hope it will be of use to you. Please contact us for an appointment for more assistance.
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For information about out-of-state divorce go to: Divorcesource.com - a comprehensive state-by-state divorce informational network.