No matter how successful our business lives may be, sometimes our personal lives are more difficult to manage. If you or your loved ones are dealing with family-related legal problems, we are ready to help you.
Buckley Law’s interdisciplinary expertise makes family law a natural extension of our business-oriented practice. Our fees are competitive and our extensive experience in business, estate planning, and real estate allows us to resolve complex tax, accounting, pension, and property issues, as well as more personal issues of child custody, visitation, and child support. We utilize a state-of-the-art tax projection program that allows us to accurately estimate the after-tax impact of spousal support, as well as the allocation of exemptions and deductions between parents.
Of course, family law is about much more than just marriage dissolution; we also handle adoptions, elder law, premarital and postnuptial agreements, and domestic partnerships. Our estate planning team also has extensive experience in handling the unique needs of blended and non-traditional families.
While we aggressively pursue and defend our clients’ interests in court, we try to avoid litigation if possible – especially if children or elderly parents are involved. Litigating family matters can exact an immense psychological toll; that’s why our firm offers several different types of alternative dispute resolution, including mediation, negotiation, and arbitration. Because family law often touches on many sensitive areas, we have established a network of local professionals to help with non-legal issues that may arise. In all cases, we seek to provide the kind of caring, personal attention you would expect from a family lawyer, while drawing on the resources of our other departments to achieve a desired result.
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Our frequently requested services include:
- Child custody and emergency custody
- Child support
- Dad’s rights
- Domestic partnerships
- Domestic violence, abuse and neglect issues
- Elder law
- Enforcement of judgments
- Family business issues, particularly in marriage and divorce
- FAPA / stalking orders
- Grandparents’ rights
- Guardianships & Conservatorships
- Inheritance issues
- Modifications of orders related to support, custody and parenting time
- Parental abduction
- Parental alienation
- Premarital agreements and postnuptial agreements
- Spousal support
- Trust litigation
- Visitation and parenting time
- Will contests