Family Law

Whether your family is in its beginnings, growing, or taking a new shape, we’re here to help you get to your next chapter.

Your family life is in thoughtful hands

Most think about divorce as a high-conflict, painful dispute. But that doesn’t have to be the case. We work diligently on your behalf, keeping care at top of mind while maintaining the integrity of all parties involved.

Strategy session
with your attorney
In this session, your lawyer needs to get an understanding of your situation so that you can decide together on an appropriate approach to your case.
Determine the type of process that is right for you
An uncontested divorce process can happen when both parties are able to reach an agreement about the terms of the divorce. While a contested divorce occurs when the parties cannot reach an agreement and need the assistance of a third party or a court.
Form your own agreement with your Ex
Most people associate divorce with high-conflict confrontation and endless disputes. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In an uncontested divorce your lawyer or a mediator can assist you in reaching a peaceful agreement on the terms of your divorce.
Use the courts to reach an arrangement
If the terms of your divorce are in dispute, you may decide to resolve the issues in court. Your lawyer will be there to support you and assist you through every step of the process.
Formalize your divorce
We understand this road can seem daunting. We do our best to keep stress low so you can move to the next chapter of your life with ease.

Strategy session with your attorney

In this session, your lawyer needs to get an understanding of your situation so that you can decide together on an appropriate approach to your case.

Family law care that serves you

“Contacted Marble needing assistance adjusting my custody agreement. I can not believe how easy the process is from start to finish. The installment payment is so convenient.”

Troy D

“Never imagined needing a lawyer but going through a divorce was painful and too much to handle on own. Marble was there every step of the way starting with an instant online onboarding to a professional team that operated in the background... Payment is done over time which helps when dealing with other life expenses.”

Raymond L

“Everyone at marble has been amazing. Svetlana was extremely helpful, polite, and really put my fears at ease. Thank you all so much!!!”

Angela B

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What issues are involved in a family law case?

Family law encompasses many issues of marriage, divorce, legal separation, adoption, child custody, child support, and spousal support. Other issues that might arise during a family law case include property and child custody disputes in a divorce proceeding, and child support and visitation rights in a divorce or a legal separation case. Clients may also encounter issues of validity or eligibility, i.e. marriage in marriage cases and who may be adopted or can adopt in adoption cases.
What is the difference between legal separation and divorce?

While a legal separation is similar to divorce in many ways, including the grounds for filing, it is different in one key way: unlike divorce, it does not officially end or dissolve a marriage. While you can remarry after a divorce, you cannot remarry or be part of a domestic partnership following a legal separation. Generally, legal separation is for legally married couples who decide to live apart. However, the separation involves a legal agreement; hence it is not simply living apart.
Am I entitled to receive spousal support or will I be required to pay spousal support?

Whether you are the one who is entitled to spousal support or you are the one who has to pay it depends on if you are the higher-earning party. If you are the lower-earning party and your former spouse is in a position to support you financially, then you are entitled to spousal support. On the other hand, if you are the primary earner and you are in a position to support your former spouse, then you will have to pay spousal support.
Can I get a divorce judgment or order modified?

It is possible to get a modification to a divorce judgement or order even after the completion of the divorce process. If changes in your life have made the original divorce agreements unfair or unworkable, you can seek the legal modification of several or all of the terms of the agreement. You can request a modification either by appealing the divorce judgement in the Court of Appeals or by filing a modification motion with the court that issued the divorce judgement.
What is the difference between legal and physical child custody?

In a child custody case, the judge can grant either legal custody, physical custody, or a combination of the two. Physical custody refers to where and with whom the child will stay or live with. On the other hand, legal custody refers to who gets to make important decisions about the child's welfare, like on subjects such as education, religion, and medical or healthcare wellbeing. In either case, the court can grant sole custody to one parent or joint custody to both.