Making Delaware Family Law Work for You
At Woloshin, Lynch, Natalie & Gagne, we strive to reach amicable resolutions that benefit our clients. However, our clients are our priority and not all family law matters can be resolved amicably. It takes two agreeable parties to settle amicably and often, in divorce and custody matters, people act unreasonably. In contentious matters, our firm approach is relatively aggressive to assure our client's best interests are well served. That is often why litigants call us.
We are experienced trial attorneys who will fight for our clients' best interests. That being said, there is no reason to start a legal war if a real solution can be found through negotiation. We are tough negotiators who can and will take a case to court if the other side refuses to deal fairly.
Family Law often involves extremely personal and complicated matters. We realize that and seek to make the transition as easy as possible.
If you need honest answers and straightforward legal guidance from a lawyer with extensive family law experience and a proven track-record of success in obtaining real solutions to family law challenges, please contact our offices in Wilmington or Middletown today.
From Divorce to Adoption: A Full Range of Family Law Services
Woloshin, Lynch, Natalie & Gagne is dedicated to helping clients resolve disputes and obtain important goals related to a broad range of family law matters:
When addressing any family law dispute, we are not looking for a mutually advantageous arrangement. Our concern is to defend the rights and advocate the interests of our client. We do not wait for the other side to firmly establish its position. We have the experience and thorough understanding of the law to act quickly to protect our client's position.
- Divorce, alimony and the division of marital property, assets and debt
- Child custody, child support and visitation
- Domestic abuse and protective orders (PFA or protection from abuse orders)
- Prenuptial agreements
- Post-decree modifications of custody, visitation and support
- Adoptions (private and agency)
Partition Actions: Dividing Property Between Domestic Partners
While partition actions may be necessary in a variety of situations, most of the cases we see arise during the dissolution of a domestic partnership. We represent clients seeking to obtain their fair share in a mutually-owned property. We also provide experienced and proactive counsel in the drafting of domestic partnership agreements that define each party's share in a property and that can help resolve any dispute that may arise in the future. If you've tried to find an amicable solution and you now need an attorney to fight for what is right, if you need the help of an advocate who understands the system, contact us today.
3200 Concord Pike
Wilmington, DE 19803