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Protecting Your Best Interests and Those Of Your Children In Family Law Matters

Any situations involving your family can have a lasting impact on all involved. This is especially true for legal matters in the area of family law. To protect yourself, your children and your future, it is essential that you seek guidance and representation from an attorney who has your best interests at heart.

Our lawyers at Snow Jensen & Reece, P.C., are here to help you understand your rights and options when it comes to family law. From simple to complicated issues,  our goal is to help you reach a resolution that gives you a fresh start and helps minimize the effect the outcome has on your life. With offices in St. George, Cedar City and Kanab, our firm is available and ready to assist you. We also have attorneys licensed in Nevada.

Divorce and Dissolution Of Marriage

Divorce is often emotionally charged, even if both parties agree on the divorce and related issues. Our lawyers have decades of experience handling the dissolution of marriage cases and the other types of challenges that arise as a result of the divorce proceedings, such as:

  • Child custody and parental rights
  • Guardianship
  • Child support
  • Alimony (spousal support)
  • Property division
  • Mediation services
  • Divorce litigation
  • Protective orders
  • Child welfare proceedings
  • Juvenile court proceedings

While many of these issues involve spouses who are divorcing, this is not always the case. Our firm also represents unmarried individuals and parents who are facing child custody and child support challenges.

Modification Of Existing Court Orders

Once the court has established an order that details child support, child custody, alimony and other obligations, all parties are legally bound to follow the order. Modifications need to be made to the order if there are substantial changes in the circumstances of a parent. This can include relocation, move-aways, job loss or gain, the birth of additional children, a subsequent marriage or the termination of parental rights.

When an order needs to be changed, a modification must be initiated through the courts. If the order is changed without the approval of the court, one or both parties may be held in contempt.

Other Family Law Services

In addition to the types of cases discussed above, our firm’s capabilities are vast in the family law area. We handle a wide variety of nondivorce-related matters, including adoption, annulment, legal separation, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, among many others.

Let Us Help You Begin Moving Forward

Call our firm today at 435-215-4960 or contact us by email. You can schedule a consultation to discuss your specific situation with a member of our compassionate and dedicated legal team.