The Lynn, Jackson Family Law attorneys have many years of collective experience representing clients in a wide range of family law matters, including adoption, divorce, separation, property division, child custody, visitation, paternity, termination, modification, premarital agreements, and guardianships. The group’s attorneys understand that legal matters related to your family are complex, both practically and emotionally. Our attorneys will build a relationship with you to fully understand and support your unique circumstances, concerns, values and goals.
Lynn Jackson represents individuals in all stages of a divorce or separation, from the decision to file through mediation, settlement, trial post-judgment requests for modification and enforcement of existing divorce orders. Our experienced family law lawyers are equipped to handle all aspects of divorce, including child custody and visitation/parenting time, child support, alimony and spousal support, the protection and/or division of marital assets (including business, farm, investments, real property, pensions, IRAs), and division of debts.
Our experienced family law lawyers can assist in securing custody and visitation arrangements for children or stepchildren, including establishing paternity and modifying existing custody orders.
Our family law lawyers are experienced in drafting and reviewing the wide range of matters that may be addressed in premarital/pre-nuptial and anti-nuptial agreements, including disposition of assets and property, whether acquired before or during the marriage, division of property upon divorce, separation or death, and determinations regarding spousal support or alimony.
Lynn Jackson’s attorneys assist many relatives and other caregivers to establish or modify a guardianship and/or conservatorship of a minor child or an adult person in need of protection such as a developmentally disabled adult or a elder person with dementia or alzheimer’s disease.
Adoptions and Terminations
Lynn Jackson’s family law attorneys can assist you and your family in establishing legal rights as parents to adopted children or stepchildren, as well as those who are terminating their legal rights.