Family Law relationships are governed by law. People are often in need of legal assistance to establish these relationships, for instance, when entering into the premarital agreement, adopting a child or changing a name. Legal advice is necessary, too, when relationships break down. When marriage ends, for example, questions of financial support, child custody and division of property must be resolved. These issues are often emotionally charged, but our attorneys can ease the way by serving as strong advisors and advocates.
Crowley, Hoge & Fein attorneys stress resolving marital issues by negotiated settlements. Invariably less expensive and more effective than court-imposed solutions, such settlements are usually more acceptable to the parties and, in the case of parents, encourage cooperation on behalf of children after divorce. When a settlement cannot be reached, our lawyers provide vigorous representation in the courts to achieve client goals.