Family Law Q&A | Payment Plans, When Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers, and Child Custody
In 2010, Nancy founded Adkins Family Law with the goal of providing personalized attention to families in need. She emphasizes the importance of establishing a personal connection with her clients, aiming to understand them as individuals beyond their legal issues. Recognizing the immense difficulties and stress that accompany family law matters, Nancy perceives herself as more than just a lawyer; she strives to be a confident, friend, and trusted advisor.
Nancy is committed to avoiding court proceedings whenever possible by identifying strategies that yield the best outcomes for her clients. However, if litigation becomes unavoidable, she assures her clients that she will tirelessly fight to protect their rights and secure the most favorable resolution. Many clients have attested that having Nancy represent them feels like having a supportive friend by their side in the courtroom.
In this Q&A session, Nancy answers 4 family law related questions:
1. If the father and I are not together and he lives in a different state. Do I have to talk to him every day about our baby?
2. Can I get a divorce if the other spouse refuses to sign the divorce papers?
3. How can I get custody of a child that is not related to me?
4. Is there a divorce attorney that would accept a payment plan?
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