Family Law

If you are seeking answers of what to do for any area of family law help issues such as divorce, child custody, child support or spousal support, it is important to know how the family law system works. Without the best help and advice to guide you regarding your own particular case or circumstance, a person can find it difficult to figure out which court they need to go to, since different courts may deal with different issues, forms and processes.

Divorce & Separations

As if the divorce process isn’t already complicated and difficult enough, the laws vary from state to state and sometimes even county to county. 
Divorce issues such as child custody, alimony, child support, property division and many others can make your life seem overwhelming without the right help. Contact us for a consultation so that we can explain to you what your rights are and how we can help.

Child Support & Custody

One of the most contentious of all issues in the family law arena revolves around getting child custody help. When two parties, whether married or not, decide to split up, the most difficult decision they will ever have to make needs to be made: who gets custody of the children?
We can provide you with the child custody help and advice that you need and will advise you as to your rights to custody of your children. Even if you do not anticipate a contested child custody battle, it is advisable to deal with the situation from a position of knowledge. You always want to make the best decision for your children, who are depending on you to fight for them – make the first and easiest step of the process by contacting us to receive proper advice.

Domestic Violence & Restraining Orders

Domestic Violence occurs when one person in a close relationship tries to engage in destructive behaviors that may include physical assaults, sexual abuse, stalking and emotional abuse. While victims may be either male or female, most victims of domestic violence are women. The violence may occur constantly or only sporadically.

Every day someone is verbally, emotionally, sexually, or physically abused by his or her spouse or cohabitant. What makes these stories so heart wrenching is that they often involve families that are being torn apart by acts of violence. When the goal is to stop domestic violence, the laws can have an appropriate use with some limitations. If you or someone you love is a victim of domestic violence, it is important to know that David Littman, Esq. is on your side. Contact us for more information.


Adoption can be a good choice if you’re unable to have children or simply want to share your love and home with another child. Adoption is a legal process that ends the rights of the biological parent. If you’re adopting a child, the timeframe may vary depending on the details of your case.
Contact us for assistance and advice on your adoption process.
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