We understand that when you are a parent, your first priority is the wellbeing of your child. This doesn’t change, regardless of the relationship you have with your child’s mother or father.
When you are the primary caregiver for your child, it is your responsibility to make sure that all of their needs are met. However, that responsibility is not yours alone. While day-to-day or primary care may be yours to provide, it is the responsibility of both parents to ensure that their children are cared for.
If you have questions about any child support matter, please don’t hesitate to contact our office for an initial consultation. Our family law attorneys are able to provide counsel on matters ranging from initial filings, to modifying an existing support order, and more.
Guardianships can be an incredibly pivotal and important part of a person’s life. If you are seeking legal guardianship over a loved one or a minor child, it can be confusing to understand what the best way forward may be.
At Legal Remedy, LLC, we are committed to ensuring that people are well cared for and that the needs of individuals in our community are being met. We have been pleased to provide thoughtful and personalized legal services for many families and individuals as they navigate guardianship, and we would be happy to speak with you about your options.
When seeking to protect your legacy, your family, and their future, there is no better time than now to start planning. Our estate planning law firm has helped countless families avoid probate by setting up secure legal structures for the future.
Our office offers a comprehensive suite of estate planning services for anyone at any age. From wills and trusts, to health care directives and powers of attorney, we are able to advise on what instruments will be most beneficial to you, and assist you in crafting a unique and tailored plan.
If you choose Legal Remedy, LLC to assist with your probate needs after losing a loved one, you can rest assured that you will be met with compassion and care. The probate process can require an extensive amount of time and attention that our family law attorneys would be honored to shoulder with you. You don’t have to handle probate on your own, call our office for an initial consultation today.