Marriages may end, but families don’t have to…
VVG’s family law practice has experience in successfully resolving the most complex family disputes. The practice is challenging, as it requires passionate, aggressive representation during an otherwise emotional time. Current case law has drastically changed; and in response, the law firm of Vrobel, Vrobel & Grove, have focused on learning and implementing the most up to date family law cases to effectively represent their clients in complicated situations.
Blended families, Grandparent’s rights, dual earning families and modified custody norms have all had an impact on law and familial relationships. We counsel clients on matters of divorce, division of marital property, alimony, child support, spousal support, child custody, pre-nuptial agreements, post nuptial agreements, name changes, and adoption and termination of parental rights.
Our approach is unified. We seek to resolve situations as quickly as possible with the best interests of our clients, and their families in mind. Our clients benefit from the fact that our family law division is a member of a larger, full service law firm. As a result, ancillary legal issues such as estates, taxation, real estate and corporations can be resolved using a unified approach.
Our attorneys are accessible. Typically calls are returned inside of 24 hours with an emergency number available at all times. If you’ve been represented in the past and that experience leaves you distrustful, we understand. Allow us to change your mind. Hiring an attorney is your decision and YOUR family.
Our attorneys are informative. You won’t learn about a situation from the other side without hearing from us first. We recognize that few things are more frustrating than feeling surprised. We attempt to eliminate the danger by keeping you informed during every step of the process.
- Divorce actions on both fault and no-fault bases
- Valuation of marital estates, including business interests, investments, retirement, and real estate
- Equitable distribution of marital assets and debts
- Analyze income, earning capacity, and expenses to determine length and extent of alimony
- Seek temporary relief for clients during the course of a divorce proceeding, including preservation of assets, exclusive possession of the marital home, and temporary distributions of marital assets
- Analyze issues of child support, spousal support, and/or alimony pendente lite
- Review tax returns to accurately calculate income for determination of support
- Counsel clients on all aspects of physical and legal custody of minor children
- Assist in developing custodial arrangements that are truly in the best interest of the children
- Negotiate and prepare both pre- and post-marital agreements
- Name changes
- Voluntary or involuntary termination of parental rights as well as adoptions