Guidance Through Family Law Issues
Our attorneys at Capps, Cantwell, Capps & Byrd are well-equipped to handle all aspects of your family law situation from divorce to modifications of child custody orders. Family law matters are sensitive issues. We understand the difficult nature of these cases. This is why you will work directly with one of our lawyers throughout your case who knows you and truly understands your concerns.
We are determined to continue to uphold the standard of excellence established by our founder, Paul Capps, who knew the practice of law is a profession that demands personal attention and steadfast dedication to you.
Assistance With All Family Law Matters
We represent clients in Morristown and the surrounding areas in all types of family law issues, including:
- Divorce, including uncontested divorce, property division, QDROs and alimony
- Prenuptial agreements
- Child custody and support matters, including parenting plans
- Adoption, including stepparent adoption, relative adoption and foster parent adoption
- Juvenile matters involving dependency, neglect and termination of parental rights
Finding A Resolution That Works For You
We strive to find a resolution that works for everyone while protecting your interests. We are able to find creative solutions in family law matters through our personal approach and understanding of your situation.
Not every case can be resolved out of court. When a resolution cannot be achieved, we will pursue your goals through litigation. We have extensive court experience and know what action to take to help you achieve a cost-effective and positive outcome.
We take the time to get to know you and learn about your family’s situation. We will guide you through this process so you know what to expect and what options are available to protect your rights and relationship with your children.
Schedule A Consultation
Let us help you find a solution tailored to you and your family. Arrange a consultation to discuss your case. Flat fee arrangement is available for family law matters.