Family law covers the legal rules, state regulations, and federal guidelines that affect the family unit, which most often involves parents and their children. Certain decisions that affect the structure of your family, such as an adoption or divorce, will require some sort of legal procedure. Even a shift in the level of responsibility to or from one family member, like we see with child support cases, necessitates some level of court involvement. No matter what situation your family may be facing, Dan Baylard is highly qualified to represent you and find the right solutions that meet your family’s individual needs.

Family law issues are very personal, and the high levels of stress and emotion that come with such complex matters can be overwhelming. We understand that going through a complicated divorce or an emotional custody battle is the last thing you want to do. Let Dan Baylard handle the details, so you can focus on the big picture and make the right decision for your best interests. He will approach your case with sensitivity and care, and provide you with valuable and important legal advice throughout the entire process. Over the last ten years, Dan has obtained some of the best results for clients in need of family law representation. He will work hard and fight harder to protect your family’s well-being.

When do you need a family law attorney?

The need for a lawyer depends on many factors, but the knowledge and skills provided by one are invaluable. Many families experience some sort of major change, and most issues are too big to handle on your own. Divorce proceedings can differ from state to state, and you'll benefit from hiring a seasoned family law attorney who is familiar with the specific laws in your area. Deciding who keeps which assets and determining child custody is never a process you should go through alone; Dan has years of experience in these types of cases, and he can knowledgeably and aggressively fight on your behalf while keeping your best interests in mind.

If you have questions or think you may need legal assistance, reach out to the Baylard Law Office, LLC. The initial consultation is always free, and from there, we will discuss your options and a plan of action that would work best for your individual situation. We won’t move forward with your case unless you would benefit from hiring us.

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