Family law matters can be contentious and fraught with emotion. Proper representation in this area requires a knowledgeable and experienced advocate who understands the client´s concerns and can accomplish the client´s objectives in the most expeditious manner. Wright, Constable & Skeen attorneys strive to understand individual circumstances, while helping the client to remain calm and focused in the process. They thoroughly investigate the facts of each case, carefully analyze the issues involved and provide the client with the information and advice necessary to achieve the best possible outcome for the client.
The Family Law Group has extensive experience in handling a wide range of family law issues, including divorce, separation, child custody, visitation, child support, prenuptial agreements and adoption. The Group takes pride in being accessible and responsive on behalf of clients. We communicate freely and frequently with our clients in an effort to keep them fully informed about their cases. In order to keep expenses reasonable, we work efficiently and involve our well-trained paralegals and law clerks to perform routine tasks. We also employ the latest technology to help us manage cases.
Many matters can be settled out of court. A settlement is beneficial because it leads to resolution relatively quickly and inexpensively and allows the client to exercise a certain degree of control over the outcome. In the event a settlement is not possible, our attorneys have extensive trial experience to confidently handle litigation.
Our pledge is that every matter will receive our utmost attention and our very best efforts. Our success is demonstrated by the fact that our existing and former clients are often our best referral source of new clients.
Family Law Counts™ is a quarterly newsletter written by our Family Law Group. See examples of the Family Law Counts™ newsletter:
- Using Mediation and Collaborative Law to Resolve Family Law Disputes
- Alternative Means for Resolving a Divorce
- Steps to Take After Attending an Initial Consultation
- First Issue: What to Expect at Initial Divorce Consultation
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