Idaho Collaborative Family Law Attorney
Our clients benefit directly from the effort we put into finding and carrying out creative and cooperative methods of dispute resolution in family law matters. Collaborative law in divorce and custody cases — including post-decree modifications — helps minimize the emotional and financial costs that are typical of traditional divorce litigation.
We apply the principles of collaborative family law whenever possible to disputes ranging from relatively simple divorce proceedings to complex and highly emotional child custody cases involving allegations of abuse and neglect.
We believe the right family law attorney for you is the one who is most interested in finding a real and lasting solution to your disputes and disagreements in an optimally cost-effective and low-stress manner.
Consult a Boise Divorce and Family Law Attorney About Your Case
Whether you decide to take advantage of collaborative law techniques or feel the traditional courtroom process is most appropriate in your case, we will stand by your side to protect your rights and those of any children involved. We handle a comprehensive range of family law matters, including the following:
- Adoption matters require serious consideration of a number of legal issues
- Divorce and property division cases, including the modification of existing divorce decrees
- Child support issues, including variances within the Idaho Child Support Guidelines and the effects of shared custody arrangements
- Child custody and visitation agreements, the establishment of necessary court orders and the modification of those orders due to significant changes in circumstances
- Military divorce is a service we are proud to provide to our men and women in uniform
- Modifications of support and custody orders, including removal (move-away) cases in which a custodial parent wants to move with a child out of the area
- Mediation is an efficient and effective alternative to going to court
- Prenups, which in essence serve as insurance or a private contract creating a private, mutually agreed-upon agreement that will override typical assumptions with regard to property division, child custody and visitation, or spousal support in the event a marriage breaks down in the future
Contact us today to schedule a free half-hour consultation with an experienced divorce, child support and custody lawyer. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.