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Matters of family law are often some of the most difficult for clients, as it affects them, their loved ones, and family more than any other legal issue. When a family law matter arises, you need an experienced attorney by your side to zealously advocate for your interests. Attorney Benitez is prepared to help and fight for your best interests. Call the office or contact us today to schedule a consultation of your case today.

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Common Family Law Issues

Many different legal issues fall under the umbrella of family law, but some matters are litigated more often than others. Some of the most common family law issues that our office handles include the following:

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Ending a marriage is never easy, and many people cite divorce as one of the most stressful times in their life. Our office can help with every aspect of separating your life from your spouse’s and starting new, from temporary matters while the divorce is ongoing to property distribution, alimony, and child-related issues like custody, visitation, and support.

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Spousal Support

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is meant to help the spouse with the lesser income in the marriage maintain their standard of living while they become financially independent during and after a divorce. There are different types of alimony available, and our office can help determine what amount and what type, if any, is applicable in your case.

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Child Custody

Family law issues involving children are often the most difficult and emotionally fraught for everyone involved. Child custody can be particularly challenging, especially if the parents are not in agreement about what is in the best interests of the child. Attorney Benitez is prepared to aggressively fight for your rights to physical and legal custody of your child, either as sole custody or part of a joint custody arrangement.

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Child Support

Finally, child support is typically paid by the noncustodial parent, which is the parent that the child spends less time with, to the custodial parent to help cover the child’s daily living expenses and maintain their standard of living during and after a divorce. Determining the proper amount of child support is a complex issue that can be complicated by many other factors specific to your case. Attorney Benitez can apply the specifics of your case to the state’s support guidelines and identify any areas that may warrant a deviation from the norm. To learn more about how our office can assist with these and other family law matters, call or contact our office today.

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Do you wish to apply for citizenship or have questions about the naturalization process? If so, attorney Arnoldo Benitez is here to help with top tier legal representation. To learn more, call the office or contact us today to schedule a consultation of your case.