Matrimony & Family Law

Family law issues often involve the need to make decisions that will impact you and your family for the rest of your lives. These decisions cannot be taken lightly or be clouded by emotions. You need to make certain that you are fully informed of your options, as well as the consequences and benefits of each option.

At The Gulley Law Firm, we believe that we can make a positive difference in our clients’ lives by offering compassionate counsel and aggressive representation. With years of family law experience, we are able to guide you through the legal process and help you achieve your goals.

If you would like to discuss your family law concerns with an experienced, skilled and compassionate lawyer, contact The Gulley Law Firm.

What is Family Law?

When most people hear the term “family law,” divorce immediately comes to mind. However, family law encompasses a much broader spectrum than just the dissolution of marriage. Adoption, paternity and child removal fall under the umbrella of family law, as do prenuptial agreements, separation agreements and even name changes.

Divorce and Related Matters

Sadly, divorce continues to become more and more prevalent in our society. However, it may be the only option when a couple simply cannot resolve their issues. Our firm assists clients with divorce and all related matters, including:

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Custody & Parenting Time
  • Child Support
  • Child Removal/Relocation
  • Modifications and Enforcement
  • Domestic Violence
  • Alimony/Spousal Support
  • Equitable Distribution

Alternatives to Trial

Family court is a unique forum. A judge, who is a stranger to those affected, determines the outcome of extremely sensitive and personal issues such as divorce and child custody. Although we are successful and experienced attorneys, we also pursue alternative resolution whenever possible. Alternative resolution allows you to settle your case before going into the courtroom, saving time, money and stress. More importantly, it leaves important decisions up to you, not the family court.

Contact The Gulley Law Firm to arrange a consultation.