Family LawServing Greenville, Spartanburg and the Upstate. South Carolina Family Law Attorney.
What is Family Law?
Family law addresses issues concerning family relationships. Issues such as contested divorce, separation agreements, child custody, name changes, adoption, and alimony are all areas of family law. Family law attorneys often deal with the most personal parts of their client’s lives.
Amin Family Law understands how delicate and emotional these types of cases can be. We treat every client with compassion and respect throughout their entire case. If you are in need of any of the following services, please reach out and we will see what we can do to help.
Divorce often has the biggest impact on children. While married, both parents have equal rights when it comes to their children. However, getting a divorce drastically changes everything. Now, you have important decisions to make regarding how much time each parent is able to spend with their children and how much support each party is required to pay.
At Amin Family Law, we understand how important your children are to you. We know how much you love them. That’s why we’re here to make sure they are taken care of. We will help you and your spouse come to a child custody agreement with respect and compassion.
A contested divorce is when spouses cannot agree on the terms of their divorce. Many times in a contested divorce only one spouse truly wants to end the marriage. Usually, contested divorces end up in court and take longer to resolve.
In the case of a contested divorce, you will need to hire a divorce lawyer. Amin Family Law is here to fight for you through the entire divorce process. If you are seeking a contested divorce, you will meet with us to discuss your case. We will help you put together a divorce petition to serve to your spouse. Then, we will be with you every step of the way, fighting for you to make sure you get what you are entitled to.
Amin Family Law knows that it’s never easy to get a divorce. But we do know that with the right divorce lawyer, you can be confident you will be treated with compassion and respect.
Other Areas of Practice
Sometimes you just need time to figure out if you really want to divorce your spouse. Separation agreements give you that time. Separation agreements are also required if you are seeking a no-fault divorce. You will need to be separated from your spouse for at least a year in order to file for a no-fault divorce.
Divorce can often have an economic impact on individuals. Alimony makes sure that the non-wage earner is taken care of.
In order for both parents to transition smoothly from marriage to divorce, it’s important to have a parenting plan in place. Developing a plan helps both parties know what to expect after the divorce.