Interstate/Intrastate Custody & Support
Interstate divorces, which involve couples who live across state lines, can be extremely complicated. Because states typically have different laws with regard to division of property, custody, and child support and maintenance, litigators handling these kinds of cases must be knowledgeable about the laws in both states and must be sensitive in how they address these legal and jurisdictional differences. What’s more, interstate cases are often time-sensitive and cannot be rectified if the wrong approach is taken early in the case. Instrastate divorces, though they don’t involve crossing state lines, can still present similar challenges if there is a significant geographical distance between the two parties. The attorneys at Bradford & Gordon, LLC know how to navigate the challenges of interstate and intrastate divorce, both before during the pre-divorce period and through post-divorce enforcement.