Family Law

 


The biggest challenge that many people will ever face is the breakdown of a family.  Don’t go through it alone.  Gilmore Law Group is committed to helping you navigate the legal system throughout the entire process.

 

OUR PHILOSOPHY –  At Gilmore Law Group, we believe that every person in a family law matter should have their voice heard. The rights of all parties should be protected, and to do that you need an attorney that cares about you.  Whether you are facing divorce, alteration of an existing agreement, or simply need someone to advise you of your rights – we’re here to help you through the process.  


WHY GILMORE LAW GROUP?

  • Minimizing conflict - Divorce and other family law matters are rarely a “winner take all” proposition.  When common ground can be found, it saves both parties emotional and financial strain, and allows them to achieve mutually agreeable outcomes.  We believe in using tools such as mediation to help parties reach such outcomes.

 

  • Fighting for what is fair - When conflict is unavoidable, we will advocate firmly and fairly for our clients in court.  The legal process has many unforeseeable pitfalls, and we are there to help guide you through them.

 

  • We care – You are not simply a file at Gilmore Law Group.  Your situation, your family, and your personal needs are all unique -  and we will give you the personal attention your matter deserves.  We are here to advocate for you, and we are always only a phone call away.

 

WE CAN HELP YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING FAMILY LAW MATTERS:

  • Separation

  • Uncontested Divorce

  • Contested Divorce

  • Custody and Support Issues

  • Step-Parent Adoption

Columbia Family Law Attorney

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