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 married or have a child and are involved in a dispute with your spouse or the parent of your child, you need to speak to an attorney. Many people wait until the week before the court hearing to contact a lawyer. The odds are by then it is too late to help you. It does not matter if this is custody, visitation, or child support. The sooner the attorney starts to work on your case the more likely you will have the best outcome.
Custody & Child Support — Legal decision making, also referred to as child custody, and parenting time also referred to as visitation, arrangements are up to the judge to determine. There are many factors that the judge considers in awarding either joint or sole legal or physical custody of a child. Having an attorney on your side, to prepare your case, can greatly increase your chances of getting custody. If you do not get custody, you want to get the best visitation arrangement you can. Child support is determined by listing income and expense figures into Child Support Guidelines. The difficult question is what income and expense figures should properly go into the Guidelines.
Guardianship — Guardianship laws involve finding a suitable caretaker for a child or adult unable to care for themselves due to a disability. Attorneys can assist you during this process and help appoint the guardian. Attorneys will offer counseling and advice and make sure that the prospective guardian’s paperwork fulfills the court’s qualifications.
Marital Property — Also referred to as a community property, marital properties are properties acquired by couples following marriage, and this includes money earned and debt incurred as well. If you are divorcing your spouse, attorneys can help the legal process of dividing the property and income received. Property division varies state to state, as some divide the land evenly while in other states, this is done at the discretion of the court.
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