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Name: Boardman Law Firm

Description: Going through a divorce or separation is often the single worst event that people experience in their entire lives. Clients are often making some of the most important and difficult decisions during times when they are at their most fragile and vulnerable. We offer legal guidance and empathy in helping people survive the ordeal—both financially and emotionally. We offer comprehensive family law services, including divorce, custody and placement, other actions affecting the family, adoption, and termination of parental rights. Our team consists of three family law attorneys and a full-time paralegal. We have a combined 45 years of experience in handling family law matters—including dealing with the thorny, difficult and complex financial and other situations that are often implicated in a divorce. Our services include: Divorce Other actions affecting the family (e.g., separation; annulment; custody and placement) International custody and placement (including actions filed under the Hague Convention) Adoption Termination of parental rights Domestic Abuse/Harassment Injunctions/TRO’s We work hard to get you the best possible results. Depending on the dynamics of the case, including the personalities and emotional status of the parties and their attorneys, there are three basic procedural approaches to resolving family law matters: mediation, litigation and collaboration. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Often, we are negotiating or mediating even while we are litigating the matter. Much depends on the parties’ goals, the dynamics between the parties, and the dynamics between the parties’ respective attorneys.

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Date: Mar 13, 2005

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