Family Law

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Family Law is the law related to family matters and domestic relations. This multifaceted area of law has evolved over time. At Burch, Haddock & Roll, we strive to not be just divorce attorneys but counselors in all aspects of family law. We incorporate our experience in both conflict resolution and litigation to provide our clients with care and empathy, and when necessary, aggressive representation.

The attorneys of Burch, Haddock & Roll understand that ending a marriage is a very stressful and uncertain time that can cause upheaval emotionally, financially, morally, and legally. When children are involved the issues and emotions become far more complex and intense. It is vitally important to protect your rights and fulfill your obligations. We are committed to providing excellent legal support to help you navigate these turbulent waters and achieve the very best outcome.

Our goal is to help you resolve your legal issues while minimizing conflict and expense. While we generally attempt to reach a settlement that will serve your best interests, we are prepared to aggressively represent you in any litigation proceeding. We will keep you informed of all case developments, and walk you step-by-step through the legal process so that you are aware of all of your options and can concentrate on your family.

One of the major challenges people face when considering Divorce is financial support. Whether it is Spousal Support or Child Support the attorneys at Burch, Haddock & Roll will aggressively represent you to ensure the proper support under the law.

Unfortunately for some the difficulties are far more grave. If you are a victim of Domestic Violence or there is Child Abuse in your home, the time to act is now. We can help to find shelter and, when necessary, file Restraining Orders to protect you and your children.

We have successfully represented our clients in all areas of family law, including:

  • DIVORCE
  • LEGAL SEPARATION
  • SPOUSAL SUPPORT (ALIMONY)
  • CHILD SUPPORT
  • CHILD CUSTODY
  • CHILD VISITATION
  • ESTABLISH PARENTAL RELATIONSHIPS (PATERNITY)
  • DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS
  • MOVE-AWAY (RELOCATION) ORDERS
  • FATHERS’ RIGHTS
  • ELDER ABUSE
  • MODIFICATION OF ORDERS
  • ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS
  • SPECIAL ISSUES AFFECTING VETERANS