Who We Are
Services provided: divorce, legal separation, establish paternity, modify child custody and visitation orders, modify child and spousal support orders, civil harassment restraining orders, guardianships (person only), residential evictions, name changes, small claims, and actions involving the department of child support services.
Description of Service Types
A Family Law Facilitator is an attorney appointed by the Court to assist parents in resolving child support, and health insurance issues that arise when the parents separate. Although the Facilitator can help everyone, priority is given to those parents who can not afford to hire an attorney. If the Facilitator has time, they can help with other family law problems the parents may have. \n\nThe Facilitator CAN: explain the Court process to you, mediate disputes about child custody and spousal support, help you prepare for Court, prepare Court Orders after your hearing, refer you to the District Attorney's Family Support Division and other community resources, answer other family law questions that you may have and provide you with information on how to handle the important issues of child support, spousal support, paternity, custody and visitation. \n\nThe Facilitator CANNOT: represent you in Court or give you legal advise regarding your particular case.