Family Law

By their very nature, family law cases tend to be stressful, even more so when you are forced to navigate the legal system without the benefit of an attorney. Unfortunately, misinformation about family law – about the process, about the law, and about what should be expected – abounds. Contact us now to schedule a consultation, and let the attorneys at Richmond Law Group guide you through this tumultuous time.


Like custody, divorces generally come in two types.  A divorce may be uncontested, meaning the parties are able to settle all the matters involved – property, debts, custody, and others.  If some aspect of the marital estate cannot be settled, the divorce is considered contested.

Whether you are looking for an attorney to negotiate and draft a settlement agreement terminating the marriage in an amicable way, or you need one who will zealously represent you and safeguard your rights in a contested trial, Richmond Law Group has the expertise to handle your divorce.

Custody & Visitation

Custody falls into two categories: physical custody – determining with whom the child or children reside – and legal custody, determining who is responsible for making important decisions affecting the life of the child.

Regardless of the custodial arrangement, one party may have, or may be able to get, visitation with the child.  The potential visitation schedules are infinite, but the attorneys at Richmond Law Group have the knowledge and experience to fight for a custodial and visitation arrangement that is best for you and for your children.

Child Support

Whether you are trying to get a child support order, amend one that is already in place, or facing accusations that you’ve failed to provide child support, let the attorneys at Richmond Law Group help you through your case.

Spousal Support

Often called alimony, spousal support is not guaranteed.  Courts consider a number of factors in determining whether an award of alimony is appropriate, so the facts of each case are critical.  Contact the attorneys at Richmond Law Group to discuss your spousal support case.

Protective Orders

Civil protective orders are a unique aspect of the law, encompassing elements of both civil and criminal law.  Whether you are seeking a protective order against a family member or acquaintance, or whether you have been charged with violating a protective order, Richmond Law Group – with its focus on family and criminal law – is perfectly positioned to guide you through this type of serious matter.

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