specialized in family law since 1981, we have found that our clients
have a need for printed information on more aspects of domestic
relations that can be covered in the initial interview. Clients may
also need new information as time goes on, often about different
aspects of their cases - visitation in a child support case, or
alimony in a suit for divorce. To meet this need, we have prepared a
series of CLIENT INFORMATION LETTERS. These are mostly organized in
question-and-answer format and are designed to give general answers
to commonly asked questions.
We have included some of these client information letters in this website
for your information and education. These information letters are not
to be construed as legal advice in any manner. It is important to consult
in person with an attorney if you are involved in a legal matter.