FAMILY LAW

The area of Family Law is a unique area of the law that covers a number of different subjects. It is unique because of the emotional component inherent in most Family Law cases that is not present in many other areas of law.  This emotional component can be positive or negative.  In fact, many times clients will find themselves experiencing both positive and negative emotions throughout the life of their case.       

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The Law Offices of Sherry K. Myers, LLC understands the dynamics at play between the legal and emotional aspects of Family Law cases. Whether you are facing a traumatic divorce, fighting to obtain guardianship of an aging parent, or preparing for a joyous adoption, we are here to help guide you through the legal process with a sensitivity to the role that emotions play throughout.  We take the time get to know you and to understand your path.  This allows us to help you choose the best option and strategy for your case and also allows you to begin setting goals for the future you want to achieve beyond your current legal situation.  

  • Divorce
  • Separation & Settlement Agreements
  • Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements
  • Custody (Human and Fur Babies)
  • Visitation/Time-Sharing (Human and Fur Babies)
  • Parenting Plans
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Division of Marital Property
  • Contempt/Enforcement of Orders
  • Adoption
  • Guardianship (Minors, Elderly, Incapacitated)
  • Name Changes

EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS

These alternative methods are less stressful, less expensive and promote preservation of relationships that must continue beyond the resolution of the case.  The Law Offices of Sherry K. Myers, LLC prides itself on making these options available to all of its clients.  We will discuss these options with you in great detail so that you can make an informed decision on which option is right for you.  For more information, click on the picture link to the right.  

Traditionally, family law issues were litigated before the courts and a judge would make the final decision regarding all of the aspects of the case.  In recent decades, however, great advancements have been made in the field of Family Law which allow litigants to resolve their cases without being subject to the adversarial process of the courts.