Frequently Asked Questions

The first step to becoming a client is to reach out to our law offices about your legal needs. You will speak to a qualified lawyer and recieve a confidential consultation where we will work to understand all of the necessary details of your case. From there, we will direct you to resources and explain exactly how we can help you and what that will look like. After taking some time to consider your options, if you do choose to become a client, we will begin a partnership where we will guide you through every step of the way of your case, no matter how complex.

The answer to this question can vary widely depending on the nature and intricacies of your case. In setting fees, our lawyers will consider everything from the complexity of your case, to the years of courtroom experience that we have. There is no quick answer to your question, but the best way to find out more is to reach out to our offices where we can give you more accurate information after learning more about your case.

If you are a current client with our law offices, and the opposition contacts us for service, we will be loyal to your case. A lawyer cannot ethically represent two separate clients who are on opposite sides of the same lawsuit, and we are dedicatd to pursuing the best results for you as our client in your case.

Unfortunately, there is no average or standard for the length of a child custody case. Factors including but not limited to whether the case goes to court, the state in which the case is held, the judges and lawyers involved in the case, and of course, the specifics and complexities of your specific case all play a hand in how long the proceedings can take to play out. Hearings for a custody case typically last 30 to 60 minutes, and in some simple cases there is resolution within weeks. However, complex cases with multiple factors can play out for a year or more, so depending on the factors at play it is important to prepare yourself for this possibility. For more detailed information, contact our lawyers, who after listening to the details of your case, will be able to provide you with more specific information.