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EHB FAMILY & COLLABORATIVE LAW
Our team understands that individuals dealing with family law issues are experiencing a difficult and emotional time in their lives. Our goal is to limit their continued exposure to the harmful effects of litigation and help facilitate a resolution.
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The Collaborative Process is ideal for Divorce, Establishment of Paternity, Modifications and Pre & Post Nuptial Agreements. Read More
When you experience a substantial change in circumstances, we can help you modify your alimony or agreements regarding your children. Read More
A father who has not legally established paternity has no rights over his children.We can guide you through the process which addresses Parental Responsibility, Child Support, and Timesharing/Parenting Plans. Read More
Our experienced family lawyers handle Injunctions and Restraining Orders for Civil or Domestic Violence. Read More
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