Family Law

If you’re currently going through a family law matter such as a divorce or a child custody battle, you already know how difficult it can be to keep your emotions in check. You may be having a hard time making decisions or reaching resolutions with your spouse, partner, or family member.

Here to Help You

As a family attorney, Attorney Robert Pasqualucci understands what you’re going through and wants to reassure you that having such complex feelings during your legal matter is completely normal. After all, the decisions you make now will change your life for many years to come. For this reason, Attorney Robert Pasqualucci’s goal is to offer you compassion during this tough time as well as legal services that help you reach peaceful resolutions. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci is equipped to handle family matters such as:

  • Divorce
  • Legal Separation
  • Domestic Partnerships
  • Child Custody/Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Alimony
  • Domestic Violence
  • Property Distribution

Getting a family law attorney involved in your situation doesn’t mean that you want to start or continue a conflict; it simply means that you’re ready to work toward a resolution so that you can move forward. If you’re ready to put conflict behind you in favor of a fresh start, contact Attorney Robert Pasqualucci for help.

Call today to talk to a compassionate lawyer about your needs and concerns.

Divorce & Custody Law

Divorce, custody, and related legal matters can be complex. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci works closely with clients to help them get through what may be the most challenging times of their lives.

Here to Help You

If you’re going through a divorce or custody matter, you probably have a lot weighing on your mind. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci can guide you through the legal issues related to your legal matter so that you can focus on moving forward with your life. Attorney Robert Pasqualucci can:

  • Review existing prenuptial agreements.
  • Help you resolve child custody and visitation disputes.
  • Fight to keep your parental rights intact.
  • Negotiate child support and spousal support payments.
  • Negotiate the division of property and marital assets.