Family Law

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amily Law is a legal term which considers several overlapping areas of law. Assistance from considerate attorneys is most often required during difficult times of crisis and loss. At Goldfinch Winslow, LLC, our family law practice is managed by dedicated and compassionate legal professionals.

The majority of life changes are happy and joyful events. Unfortunately, families also face difficulties and turbulence. Navigating the legal system in correlation to families can be complicated. Consult with an experienced family law attorney who can help you through. We offer alternative dispute resolution methods and litigation when necessary. We work towards resolutions that are in the best interests for you and your family.

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The law firm of Goldfinch Winslow, LLC provides guidance and reliable solutions for all facets of family law:

Alimony or Spousal Support

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Child custody
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Child support obligations
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Custody litigation
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Grandparent visitation
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Legal custody
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Modification or enforcement of custody orders
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Parent relocation
Rights and obligations of stepparents

Custody and Visitation

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Limited duration alimony for a determined number of years
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Permanent alimony until death or remarriage

  • Rehabilitative alimony to enable a spouse to return to school or establish self-sufficiency

  • Reimbursement alimony
  • Temporary alimony support during the divorce process

Separation and Divorce 

  • Child custody and parenting time
  • Division of assets and debts
  • Domestic violence and restraining orders
  • Marital settlement agreements
  • Prenuptial or postnuptial agreements
  • Separation agreements
  • Spousal support
  • Temporary orders for custody or support
  • Uncontested divorce

Parent Relocation

  • Disposition of the marital residence
  • Division of marital debt
  • Equitable distribution
  • Hidden assets or undisclosed income
  • Pensions and retirement accounts
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Separate property owned before marriage
  • Stock options and investments
  • Valuation of a business or practice
  • Vehicles and valuables

Support Enforcement

  • Alimony
  • Consumer debts
  • Educational expenses for the child
  • Equitable distribution
  • Mandatory retirement deductions for either parent
  • Medical expenses for the child

For more information about our law practice, or to discuss your legal concerns with an attorney who understands family law, contact our offices today.