Family Law, Divorce, Custody, Domestic Violence, Wills & Estate Lawyer

Family law attorney

Fragile Law Office encourages you to know your rights. When you know you are in a relationship situation where you may need to prove certain aspects of what is going on, start by collecting evidence to support your claim. This can take the form of messages, financial or medical records, photographs, or other reports that may be included for presentation in court.

When you are in an abusive or violent situation, the mental, physical, and emotional stress can be unbearable. Know that our family law attorneys can advise you on the best course of action, such as when to contact the police, how to plan for a safe exit, and what to do to protect any children or pets that may also be involved.

Contacting a trusted family law attorney from Fragile Law Office, in Beckley, can give you the added assurance that your rights and those of your loved ones are protected. Our attorneys and staff are caring and compassionate members of the community, who work hard to protect your interests and file necessary paperwork promptly.

Child custody and support can be difficult to negotiate, especially when tensions are running high between all the parties involved. Having a trusted lawyer to discuss these delicate and important matters can be especially helpful and effective. We can help find a balance that is fair and works for everybody. Grandparents, stepparents, and adoptive parents can all benefit from working with an attorney knowledgeable of custody and visitation legalities.

It does not always take a contentious and bitter court case to come to agreeable terms. Fragile Law Firm has more than 35 years of experience and knows that quite a bit can be accomplished through mediation and a working, collaborative agreement. Know that there are alternate means to dissolving a marriage that will still protect your rights, persons, and property.

Additional paperwork is required when you have children or an estate for which you are responsible. Property distribution in the form of a last will and testament, and conservatorship in the form of guardianship, and other directives in the form of a power of attorney, can be set up before a serious illness or death occurs, so that your family knows your wishes and so tax laws do not become a burden at a critical time.