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Whether you are contemplating divorce, are in the throes of one, are coming to us after a bad experience with another law firm, need assistance post-judgment, or want help mapping out your new life post-divorce, we know the issues requiring attention can become overwhelming. This is especially true when children are involved. At Farias Family Law, we get it. We are sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, and parents. And although we are not related by blood, our talented team of lawyers, paralegals, client service specialists, and support staff are very much a family, too. And because of that, we recognize all you have that is at stake and why you are so determined to protect it. Divorce is our primary focus and taking care of our clients is our top priority.


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Divorce is a difficult and emotional process that can have a significant impact on individuals and families. Whether you are considering divorce, in the midst of a divorce, or dealing with post-divorce issues, it is important to have a clear understanding of the legal aspects of the process. At our divorce and custody law firm, we understand the challenges that our clients face and we believe that knowledge is power and confidence.

Our educational materials provide valuable information about the divorce process, including how to prepare for divorce, what to expect during the divorce proceedings, and how to protect your assets and interests. We can help you understand the legal requirements for divorce in your state, and provide helpful educational information on issues such as asset division, spousal support, and child custody and support.

Our material is broken down by topic, and for each topic, you will find articles, videos and FAQs, so you can pick what works best for you.

One of the most challenging aspects of divorce is dividing assets. Property division can be a contentious issue, particularly when there are significant assets or complex financial arrangements involved. Below you will find resources and guidance on how to approach property division, including identifying and valuing assets, negotiating property settlements, and protecting your financial interests.

Child custody is another critical issue in divorce cases, particularly when parents are unable to agree on custody arrangements. Our resources cover the basics of child custody, including the different types of custody arrangements and factors that courts consider when making custody decisions. You will also find information on how to identify a parenting plan that meets the needs of both parents and children, and how to modify custody arrangements when necessary.

Child support and alimony are other critical issues that arise in many divorce cases. Below you will find material on how child support and alimony are calculated, which factors the court considers, and how income and expenses are considered.

Finally, our resources cover how to change a court order or enforce a court order for divorce and custody. When circumstances change, it may be necessary to modify existing court orders related to custody, child support, or alimony. We can help you understand the legal requirements for modifying court orders, and provide guidance on how to enforce court orders that have been violated.

At our divorce and custody law firm, we are committed to helping our clients navigate the challenges of divorce with confidence and clarity. Our educational resources are designed to provide the information and guidance that our clients need to make informed decisions and protect their interests throughout the divorce process.


Preparing for divorce can be a challenging and overwhelming experience. Whether you've made the decision to end your marriage or are simply exploring your options, it's essential to educate yourself on the divorce process, your legal rights, and your financial responsibilities.

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Property Division

If you're going through a divorce, it's important to understand the complexities of dividing assets and debts. This can include everything from real estate and retirement accounts to investments, bank accounts, businesses, and debts. In this section, we've compiled....

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Child Custody

If you're going through a divorce or separation and have children, navigating child custody and parenting time can be particularly challenging. In this section, we've compiled educational material and resources that cover topics such as legal custody....

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Child Support

When going through a divorce or separation, child support is one of the most important and frequently contested issues. This section contains resources to help you understand your rights and obligations when it comes to child support. This includes information on how child.....

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When going through a divorce, alimony can be a critical issue that affects both parties' financial well-being. This section provides educational material and resources to help you understand what alimony is, how it's calculated, and what factors can impact its duration and amount.

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Life is unpredictable, and sometimes circumstances change after a court order has been issued. Whether it's related to child custody, child support, alimony, or any other issue, it may be possible to modify a court order if you can demonstrate a material change in circumstances.

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Enforcing Court Orders

Once a court order has been issued, it is legally binding, and both parties must comply with its terms. However, it's not uncommon for one party to disregard the order or fail to comply with its terms. In such cases, it may be necessary to take legal action to enforce the court order.

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