“Zach was very helpful on the phone and even more so at the initial consultation. It really helped calm my fears after that first meeting, because my rights in the legal system were explained and he took the time to answer all my questions. My case ended up settling before trial and everything is going great!”
— Former Vox Law client
NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOUR CHILDREN
By their very nature, child custody cases are highly emotional. There is nothing more important to most parents than the relationship with their children. As parents ourselves, we get it.
There are so many layers to each custody case, and so many complicated steps to successfully navigate the court system that it would be nearly impossible to achieve a favorable result on your own or with a lesser experienced attorney. From the initial custody petition, through court hearings, mediations, evaluations, and if necessary trial, we will be with you every step of the way. We believe that the most valuable service we can provide our clients is an honest, straightforward assessment of their case and how to achieve the best possible result that align the client's goals with the realities of the legal system. Any number of attorneys can be hired to spend your money and fight for the sake of fighting - it takes a smart, experienced attorney to know what is realistic in any given situation and be able to use their skill set to achieve the best possible result.
We will always take the time to get to know you and the intricacies of your situation. We will always provide straightforward, plain-language advice without the jargon or intimidation factor that you may experience elsewhere. Whether you are going through a paternity case, establishment of custody, or modification of custody or parenting time, we will work with you to develop a game plan that is tailored to your unique case. From day one, you will be working directly with an attorney who can answer your questions and get to know you - not an assistant or a paralegal who may act as a gatekeeper to the attorney who will be trying your case. Contact us today to learn more about our approach and how we can help you with your custody or parenting time issue.