Contact our law office, by calling for a confidential consultation about your divorce or other family law matters. Probate Attorneys are familiar with many other situations that can impact estate settlement. When a person dies, each state provides certain preferential rights to a surviving spouse. The end of a marriage is a stressful time for each spouse, any children, and other people close to them. Our firm strives to amicably resolve matters whenever and wherever possible.
Depending on the state, all beneficiary dispositions they made to their former spouse, such as naming them as a beneficiary of life insurance or IRA, are automatically revoked. With life's unexpected occurrences, make sure you are prepared for your family's legal dilemmas by choosing an attorney who is ready to fight for you. While many other firms focus on litigation, attempting to obtain results for their clients through aggressive litigation tactics, we take a different approach. No case is too big or too small for our attorneys to handle, so you can feel confident when retaining our services. When a family member has passed away, assets must be distributed from his or her estate.
The decision to end your marriage is not one that should be taken lightly. There are some limits on what a premarital agreement can do. To calculate child support payments, courts will look at the factors outlined within the state's child support laws. We regularly represent people in our states supreme court, criminal court, family court, probate court and civil court, as well as federal courts throughout the state. Courts generally prefer to grant legal and physical custody over any children from a marriage to both parents.(775) 437-4807
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