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KDDK family law attorneys represent individuals in the drafting and negotiation of pre-marriage contracts and in dissolution of marriage (also known as divorce). KDDK also represents couples seeking to build a family through adoption.
Marriage is an exciting and celebratory time. KDDK family law attorneys enjoy celebrating this time with our clients and helping them plan for the unexpected. Our attorneys are experienced in drafting pre-nuptial agreements and advising clients on the legal consequences of marriage.
Dissolution of Marriage
Unquestionably, divorce brings about difficult and stressful circumstances. We understand that whether the dissolution is an amicable or adversarial one, you need and deserve a partner to guide you through every step of the process and an advocate to ensure your interests are protected. KDDK family law attorneys provide the utmost personal attention, security and confidentiality during every phase of the proceedings.
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Adoption law is ever-changing, but something that never changes is the pleasure of watching an individual or couple build a family through adoption — and knowing that our legal efforts have achieved what biology could not.
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Step-Parent and Relative Adoptions
Our attorneys also participate in step-parent adoptions and relative adoptions involving a child that is adopted by someone who is biologically related. A step-parent adoption occurs when a parent with sole custody of a child marries someone other than the birthfather or birthmother, and desires that the new spouse legally adopt the child. This proceeding terminates the parental rights, voluntarily or involuntarily, of the other birth parent.
The links below provide information on issues commonly associated with adoption.