At Mincey & Fitzpatrick, we understand that your family is the most important thing in your world, and we take the time to explore your goals, understand your needs, and help you work through the process as smoothly and expeditiously as possible. We strive to provide guidance, compassion and most importantly, results.
Going through a divorce can be the most challenging time in your life. At Mincey & Fitzpatrick, we offer strength, strategy and solutions to our clients. Our representation is comprehensive, combining compassionate lawyering and thoughtful counsel to help you through a most difficult time. Our approach to each case is uniquely tailored to your needs and the needs of your loved ones. We believe in the modern family and we use the law, love and mutual respect to achieve your goals. Trust our family to help you secure yours.
We believe that strong families build strong communities. All too often, family dynamics stand in the way of the parental bonds every child needs to succeed. At Mincey & Fitzpatrick, we right those wrongs, and have successfully protected custody rights for countless parents and families. From ensuring proper genetic testing and paternity, to securing primary or shared custody of children, to fighting for or against relocation and everything in between, we understand that your children are the most important people in your life and ensure that their best interests are properly met.
Likewise, raising children can be expensive when there’s only one parent contributing to the child’s welfare. We secure spousal and child support awards for our clients so that no one has have to bear the cost of raising children alone.
We specialize in all areas of family and matrimonial law, including, but not limited to:
- Custody Litigation, Paternity Determinations and Relocations
- Divorce, Property Distribution, Alimony, Spousal Support and Counsel Fees
- Guardianship, Adoption and Post-Adoption Contact Agreements
- Premarital, Cohabitation, and Separation Agreements
- Post-judgment Appeals, Modifications and Termination of Orders