Vaughan S. Winborne is a sole practitioner, so there is no worry about being passed along to junior staff. He works with people in Northern Arizona, and has worked previously in Hawaii and North Carolina.
Divorce — If you are separated or your marriage is ending, it’s better to talk to a divorce lawyer sooner than later. Your finances, property, and other assets are put at risk during a divorce and an attorney can help you reach an equitable arrangement with your soon-to-be former husband or wife. Moreover, an experienced Northern Arizona divorce lawyer can help you address issues such as custody, visitation, and child support if you and your spouse have kids.
Custody & Child Support — Legal disputes are especially delicate when there are kids involved. Everyone – from mothers and fathers to grandparents, uncles, and aunts – wants to make sure the child or children are kept as happy as possible, even in the midst of complex legal issues. An attorney can help your family set the terms of custody, create visitation schedules, and work with the courts to assign child support so your family can focus on the health and well-being of the child. While final decisions are ultimately up to the judge, a licensed Flagstaff, AZ attorney can help you prepare your case which greatly improves your chances of a favorable outcome. Whether you’re seeking sole custody, partial custody, increased visitation, or changes in your child support an experienced Arizona lawyer can help.
Guardianship — In the state of Arizona, guardianship exists as a legal connection between a guardian and a child or a disabled adult. The guardian is never the parent and is often an unrelated party. Therefore, employing an attorney when selecting a guardian for your family member will help you avoid costly and potentially dangerous errors. Lawyers can offer counsel and verify that guardians fulfill the courts’ requirements before your loved one is entrusted into their care.
Marital Property — Also referred to as a community property or marital assets, marital properties include the finances, real estate, and possessions acquired by a couple during their marriage. If you are divorcing your spouse, a skilled attorney can help determine the equitable distribution of assets, including money earned and debt incurred during the union. A divorce lawyer can also inform you of Northern AZ’s laws regarding property and real estate division, so you can evaluate the options open to you and your soon-to-be ex husband or wife.
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