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Family Law

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In times of family change, our team provides you with the necessary support to navigate through the conflicts that arise within the family, giving you support in all those related issues that may arise.

Beginning of the link. Couple’s union.

  • Marriage. Premarital agreements.
  • Economic regime of marriage. It is important to emphasize that, unless you make the appropriate declaration, you will be married in community property, by default.
  • De facto unions.

Management of marital conflicts.

Our mission in these difficult times is to make you feel as comfortable as possible under the circumstances. We do our best to understand your particular situation and listen to your wishes, so that we can provide you with the best legal advice and support possible.

  • Divorces and de facto separations. Mutual agreement and contentious divorces.
  • Regulatory agreements on the children of the couple.
  • Compensatory pensions between spouses. Child support payments.
  • Modifications of regulatory agreements. In family law, a change of circumstances can lead to a change in the way the former spouses act with regard to the division of custody or the way they act on a day-to-day basis, however this change must be approved by a judge.
  • Liquidation of the community property regime, in the event that it was the regulatory regime of the marriage. Distribution of jointly owned property between spouses.

Selecting a family lawyer you can trust is crucial, as family matters often involve emotional and personal aspects. Some of the issues you should consider when choosing a lawyer are:

  1. Sensitivity and Empathy: Family issues can be emotionally challenging. An empathetic and sensitive family lawyer will understand the sensitive nature of these issues and handle your concerns with compassion. The ability to empathize can make a difference in addressing emotional issues and help reach solutions that respect the interests and well-being of all involved.
  2. Confidentiality and Discretion: Family matters often involve private and personal information. It is crucial to choose a family lawyer who values and maintains confidentiality. The ability to maintain discretion is essential to protect clients’ privacy and minimize the emotional impact in already difficult situations.
  3. Specific Family Law Experience: Family law covers a wide range of issues, from divorce and custody to adoptions and prenuptial agreements. Choosing an attorney with specific experience in family law means that they are familiar with the laws and procedures governing these situations. Our experience in this area allows us to anticipate potential challenges, provide informed advice and work efficiently to achieve favorable results for our clients.

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