If you’re getting divorced and you have kids,
you may be appearing in Family Court.
A divorce that involves kids will have a multitude of issues that arise concerning child custody, visitation and child support. Since young children are the most vulnerable participants in any matrimonial case, the law makes special provisions for their protection. Certain types of disputes and concerns can be most expeditiously addressed in Family Court.
Jeff McAdams is an experienced and highly effective New York family law attorney. He has taken many complicated, tension-ridden cases before the Family Court and achieved outstanding results for grateful clients. You can read about some of them here.
McAdams Law can help you with these matrimonial maters in Family Court:
- spousal support and child support obligations
- Child Support Collection Agency appearances and negotiations
- parental relocation
- interstate and international custody disputes
- Child Protective Services investigations
- child abuse and neglect of children
- child abduction or kidnapping
- paternity hearings
- grandparent visitation
- guardianship proceedings
Yon can learn more about your rights and safeguarding the well-being of your children in these two FREE Special Reports published by McAdams Law:
Just click to download your copies.
Get the Facts about Protecting Your Children in a
Free Initial Phone Consultation With Jeff McAdams, Esq.
Needless to say, you’re very concerned about your kids and what the future will bring for them. Hear what legal options are available to you in an informative initial phone consultation with Jeff. It’s entirely free, and you’ll feel a lot better knowing what the law says and where you stand. If you want to have a more in-depth conversation, you can then schedule an appointment for a meeting at Jeff’s conveniently located offices in lower Manhattan.
Call McAdams Law today for your free initial phone consultation. You can reach Jeff at 212-406-5145
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