While nearly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce, many people do not fully consider the impact of a divorce on their assets, estate and family until it is too late. A divorce can have devastating financial consequences for you and your family, in addition to the emotional havoc that is generally associated with the process. It is imperative that in a time of personal difficulty such as divorce, child custody or a probate dispute, your lawyer is able to respond to your needs with skill, compassion and strong advocacy.
Mia Frabotta regularly helps clients in matters involving divorce tax law, business valuations, stock options and retirement interests in property division, spousal and child support, division of gifted and inherited property, post-judgment remedies of contempt and modification, child custody and removal, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and paternity matters. Mia also represents clients in complex probate litigation, particularly will contests and disputes involving interpretation or administration of trusts. Although the majority of family law and probate matters ultimately settle through negotiation, mediation or other methods of alternative dispute resolution, thorough preparation is the only means to success.