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Compassionate Family Law Counsel: Protecting Your Family and Your Future with Experienced Legal Representation


In the case of a family issue that requires the legal counsel of a professional, Samuel Johnson & Associates is here to support you through the process. Our experienced attorneys understand the sensitive nature of these situations and are dedicated to helping you.

Examples of family litigation include:

  • Divorce proceedings: The legal process of ending a marriage.

  • Annulments: A legal procedure that declares a marriage null and void, meaning that it never legally existed.

  • Spousal support: Financial support paid by one spouse to the other during or after divorce proceedings.

  • Child custody arrangements: Legal agreements that determine where a child will live and who will make decisions regarding their welfare and upbringing.

  • Child support payment schedules: Court-ordered payments made by one parent to the other for the support of their child or children.

  • Legal separation: A court-ordered agreement that allows a couple to live apart while remaining legally married.

  • Pre- and postnuptial agreements: Legal agreements made before or after marriage that outline how assets will be divided in the event of a divorce.

  • Changing your name: The legal process of changing one’s name, which may be done for personal or professional reasons.

  • Dependency law: The body of law that deals with the care and protection of children who are in need of assistance from the state.

  • Adoption processes: The legal procedures involved in adopting a child, which may include termination of parental rights and court hearings.

  • Filing for restraining orders: Legal action taken to protect someone from physical harm, threats, or harassment.

  • Visitation agreements: Legal agreements that determine when a non-custodial parent may visit their child.

  • Designating guardianships: Legal arrangements made for someone to take care of a child or adult who is unable to care for themselves.

  • Designating conservatorships: Legal arrangements made for someone to make decisions on behalf of an adult who is unable to make their own decisions.

  • Juvenile emancipation: A legal process in which a minor is granted legal independence from their parents or guardians.

  • Juvenile delinquencies/dependencies: Legal proceedings involving minors who have committed crimes or are in need of protection due to neglect or abuse.

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