Family Law Attorney Representing Clients in Roswell, Carlsbad, Artesia, Hobbs, Alamogordo, and throughout Southeastern New Mexico
Whether you are considering a divorce, are in the midst of a custody dispute with your ex, need assistance with regard to child support, are thinking of adopting, or are facing any of the many issues involved in Family Law, going through those issues alone can be difficult. While the courts can provide pre-made forms, they cannot answer legal questions you may have.
The internet is a great resource for general information, but it can’t answer the specific questions regarding the unique facts of your situation. Nothing takes the place of sitting down and talking with an attorney who is experienced in dealing with the Family Law issues you are facing. That is why the Grandjean Law Firm offers free consultations in all areas of Family Law. Click here to schedule yours.
Full-Service Family Law Solutions Tailored To Your Needs
While there are numerous distinct areas of Family Law, in many cases these issues will overlap. Sometimes action in one area of Family Law may trigger issues in another area you may not have even considered. The Grandjean Law Firm is prepared to help you address and resolve a variety of Family Law issues, including:
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support
- Spousal support
- Prenuptial agreements
- Enforcement and Modification or Prior Orders
- Domestic violence
- Grandparent Visitation
Can I Handle My Family Law Issue Without An Attorney?
Like many questions in law, the answer to that question is, it depends. Many people choose to handle their divorce and custody issues on their own, and our courts provide forms to assist the self-represented. However, the laws dealing with Family Law issues are often complex, and without the guidance of an attorney, many self-represented individuals will not get the full benefit of the protections those laws are designed to provide.
Whether your question is what your entitled to receive from your spouse in a divorce; what type of custody arrangement is appropriate in your situation; or how much child support you may be entitled to receive, or required to pay, speaking to an experienced family lawyer can help you answer these questions.