Congratulations! You have made the first step to bringing light into what “may” seem like your dark situation. Some things seem overwhelming and unbearable at first glance but with a little help from people that genuinely cares about your situation and not just about making you an account receivable, you WILL be able to get through this time in your life.
Some things can be resolved with minimum interruption to your life, but other things may take time and effort. The Bright Family Law Center, LLC focuses on understanding that when most people come to us, it is not the best time of their life. We take extreme care to understand your situation and meet your needs. We treat each client (as well as prospective clients), regardless of the nature of their situation, with the utmost respect and concern. We recognize that family disputes can be embarrassing both privately and publicly so we provide discreet and confidential services to every client.
We provide focused attention and personal service to every client regardless of type of matter. We make all efforts to keep our client abreast of any developments at all stages of the process. We recognize that our clients have chosen us to represent and assist them in some of the darkest parts of their life and therefore do not take that for granted. So with all diligence, we make every effort to provide as much information as possible to our client so that you can make the right decision for you as well as your family.
“Jesus Christ is Lord”
The prospect of filing for divorce can be upsetting, frightening or even liberating. The wide range of emotions that a person may experience can make this process all the more difficult to deal with, particularly when children are involved.
Adopting a child is one of the most wonderful and selfless things a person or couple could do. You will change a child’s life forever when you adopt, giving him or her a safe place to grow up and be loved.
Child support is most often calculated based on a set formula. Even still there are times when adjustments, deviations or credits should be assessed that can affect the amount.