Answers to your most commonly asked questions.
What makes your family law firm stand out from the rest?
At Lynch Cox Family Law, we stand out because of our commitment to providing skilled strategy and collaborative counsel for every family law matter. With over 65 years of combined experience, we offer a unique blend of legal expertise and cooperative problem-solving to guide you through challenging times.
What is “Skilled Strategists, Collaborative Counsel”?
“Skilled Strategists, Collaborative Counsel” is not just a slogan for our family law firm; it encapsulates the essence of our approach to legal representation. As “Skilled Strategists,” we pride ourselves on having a team of highly experienced and knowledgeable attorneys who excel in formulating effective legal strategies tailored to each client’s unique situation. Whether dealing with divorce, child custody, or other family law matters, our attorneys bring a depth of expertise to navigate complexities and achieve favorable outcomes.
The term “Collaborative Counsel” reflects our commitment to resolving family law disputes through collaboration rather than confrontation. We believe in fostering open communication and cooperation among all parties involved, seeking amicable solutions whenever possible. By promoting dialogue and understanding, we strive to minimize conflict and provide our clients with more control over the resolution process.
In essence, “Skilled Strategists, Collaborative Counsel” defines our dual commitment to legal excellence and cooperative problem-solving. It signifies our dedication to leveraging our legal expertise to strategize effectively on behalf of our clients while embracing a collaborative approach that prioritizes constructive resolutions, making the legal process more manageable and less adversarial for everyone involved.
What types of family law cases do you handle?
We handle a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, custody, parenting time, visitation, child support, spousal support (maintenance, alimony), division of marital assets and debts, modification of support and custody, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, paternity, and adoption.
Do I have to go to court for my family law case?
Not necessarily. While we emphasize negotiation and mediation, we’re no strangers to the courtroom and are prepared to represent your interests in court if required. Our goal is to resolve issues through the least adversarial means possible.
How can I get started with your services?
To get started, simply contact our office to schedule a consultation. During this initial meeting, we’ll discuss your situation, provide insights, and determine the best course of action for your case.
How much does your legal representation cost?
Our fees vary depending on the complexity of your case and the services you require. During the consultation, we will provide you with a clear understanding of the potential costs involved and discuss payment options.
Can I trust your team to keep my case confidential?
Client confidentiality is of utmost importance to us. We adhere to strict ethical standards, ensuring that all information shared with our firm remains confidential. Our clients can trust us to handle their cases with discretion and professionalism.
What should I expect from the legal process in a family law case?
The legal process can vary depending on your specific case. Generally, it involves gathering information, negotiations, potential court appearances, and finalizing agreements. We’ll be there to guide you every step of the way.
How long does it typically take to resolve a family law case?
The timeline for resolution varies widely. Simple cases can be resolved relatively quickly, while complex cases may take longer. We’ll work diligently to reach a resolution as efficiently as possible.
What if I need assistance with other legal matters in addition to family law?
Lynch Cox Family Law is part of a comprehensive general practice firm. This unique position allows us to address a wide range of legal needs, including general litigation, estate planning, business formation, and more.