Zolton Law carefully serves husbands and wives, and mothers and fathers, with a complete array of family law services. We understand that these cases are often emotionally charged, and we have the experience to help you successfully navigate through the legal process involving divorce, custody, child support and other family related matters. We’re here to help you get through these difficult times.
Divorce - We recognize that the dissolution of a marriage is never easy and we are prepared to guide you through each step of this important life change. Most divorces sought by our clients are resolved without expensive litigation. However, when litigation is necessary, we have the trial experience to fight for your rights and effectively represent your best interests.
Child Custody - There is nothing more important to a parent than his or her children. You can take comfort in the fact that our team has decades of experience and can provide you with the tools and solutions necessary to untangle these difficult, family relationships.
Guardianship and Conservatorship – Both of these appointments are court actions and require ongoing supervision and annual reporting to the court. In most cases these court appointments can be avoided with a Power of Attorney and a Medical Power of Attorney. Zolton can help with both of these documents allowing you to decide your affairs while you are still competent to do so.
Paternity - We know how important it is to have a child’s paternity proven, for legal, financial and emotional reasons. It could be that you are a father, seeking to prove your paternity, or a mother who needs to prove paternity in order to obtain child support from the father. We will work with you to understand and resolve this sensitive family issue.
Adoption - We can help you explore and develop your plan for building your family, whether you are a prospective adoptive parent or an intended parent. We work with married couples and single persons. If you are a birth parent seeking to place your child for adoption, we will support, inform, and advocate for you as you examine your options for finding a loving family for your child.