Family Law

Areas Of Practice

Our Caribbean Law Group family and matrimonial law team provides carefully developed family law solutions for our clients. The prospect of ending one's marriage and litigating over child custody, the division of marital property, alimony or child support can impose enormous financial and emotional challenges on you and your children. Our experienced family and matrimonial law attorneys understand that coping with family law issues can cause frustration, uncertainty and fear about the future. We recognize that family and matrimonial law disputes concern the most fundamental and intimate aspect of a person's life and family relationship.

At the Caribbean Law Group, our attorneys are committed to restoring stability to our clients' lives by assisting them in achieving their legal goals. Our compassionate and dedicated team recognizes that this can be a very unsettling time in your life so we will support the difficult choices you may have to make in your case. While we encourage resolution through the use of mediation, our attorneys are also prepared to zealously litigate a case when mediation fails to provide a satisfactory result for the client.

The lawyers at Caribbean Law Group have effectively represented clients in all types of divorce cases ranging from uncontested to complex divorces involving the division of multi-million dollar marital estates and high conflict child custody disputes. Our team of family and marital law attorneys provides comprehensive representation in all family law matters including:

  • Alimony
  • Attorney's Fees
  • Business Valuation
  • Child Custody and Visitation
  • Child Custody Disputes
  • Child Support
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Division of Marital Property
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence Injunctions
  • Guardianship of Minors
  • High Asset/Complex Property Distribution Divorce
  • Modification of Court Orders
  • Parental Relocation with Child
  • Parental Time-Sharing Schedule with Child
  • Paternity
  • Premarital (Prenuptial) Agreements
  • Tax Implications of Divorce
  • Uncontested Divorce
  • Valuation of Marital Assets