Friendly Family Law

Kasparek Law Firm only practices friendly family law.  This means if your family law matter is not agreed, then the firm will most likely refer you to a firm that handles contested family law matters.

What are friendly family law matters that Kasparek Law Firm Handles?

  1. Adoptions
    • This could involve a termination of rights, step-parent adoption or second parent adoption.
  2. Agreed Divorces
    • While the divorce process can be contentious, tedious and time consuming, it does not have to be.  There are a few ways our firm handles agreed divorces:
      1. Representing the Petitioner or Respondent in filing all documents related to a divorce proceeding from the Original Petition to the Final Decree of Divorce, as long as all parties are in agreement with the divorce terms.
      2. Collaboratively working with the opposing party’s counsel so that a friendly agreed settlement is reached
      3. Working as a reviewing/consulting attorney, where one party to the divorce has an attorney, and the non-represented individual wants the Final Divorce Decree reviewed for accuracy and legality.
  3. Guardianships
    • This could involve the guardianship for a minor or incapacitated individual.
    • A guardianship is implemented when someone cannot make their medical or financial decisions, and needs a guardian to be appointed to make those decisions due to their age or disability.
    • If a party is disabled and has powers of attorney, a guardianship might be able to be avoided.
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