Family matters can be emotional and frustrating, and when resolution requires involvement of the law, these issues can be complex, too. At the offices of The Colwell Law Group, LLC, our experienced legal professionals understand your frustrations and worries about your family law case, and are here to provide you with legal guidance while protecting your best interests. We serve clients in Warren County and surrounding areas.

Let Us Help You Make Sense of Your Family Law Matter

Most of our clients seek our services for help navigating their divorce cases. However, we are skilled in a number of legal practice areas, and are prepared to represent you in the following:

  • Domestic violence cases;
  • Enforcement of a court order;
  • Post-divorce modification;
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreement;
  • Collaborative divorce and divorce;
  • Spousal maintenance;
  • Division of property;
  • Child custody;
  • Child support;
  • Separation agreement; and
  • Temporary relief order.

We Know Warren County Family Courts

When you work with our legal team, you can take comfort in the fact that not only do we know the law, but we are also are experienced working in the Warren County family courts, which means that we know the judges who may be presiding over your case, have a relationship with the clerks, and understand how the court system works and how legal documents are filed and processed. This knowledge allows us to provide you with the highest quality legal representation possible.

When So Much Is One the Line, You Need a Competent Lawyer on Your Side

Many potential clients ask our Warren County family law attorneys whether or not working with a lawyer is really necessary. We like to remind all those whom we counsel that while there is no legal requirement that says you have to work with a lawyer, representation from a legal professional can significantly improve the outcome of your case. The benefits of a lawyer include someone who can:

      • Guide you through all details of the law which may be otherwise complicated to understand;
      • Collect evidence regarding your family law case, ranging from financial documents to social media evidence to witness testimony and more;
      • File all legal documents on your behalf;
      • Represent you during negotiations about the outcome of your family law case; and
      • Represent you during a family law case trial should going to court prove necessary.

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