Family law is Mark’s area of practice. He has practiced law for over 28 years, and since 1998 has focused on this area of law. Family law involves a wide range of legal, emotional and relational issues, as well as mindful consideration of the family’s future needs after court is over.
What is Mark’s approach to family law cases?
“Every case and client are different. If my client needs help defining their goals, we work on that first, and then come up with a game plan for how to most efficiently achieve the goals. Some cases require an approach sensitive to mediation and negotiation, while other cases require a stronger and more assertive litigation-oriented approach in court. Some cases do better with a mix of assertiveness and negotiation. Once I understand the client’s issues and goals, I find the right tool for the job at hand. Often, we employ a team approach, utilizing my paralegal/Legal Tech, legal assistant and sometimes other professionals for parenting, financial, and property issues.”
– Mark Baumann, 2015
Family law involves a wide range of issues, including:
- Child custody
- Modification of visitation and support
- High conflict cases
- Domestic violence (including physical and emotional abuse)
- Grandparent rights (third party/non-parental custody)
- Child and spousal support
- Valuation and division of property and debts
- Division of retirement accounts
- Prenuptial agreements
- Trial and pre-trial litigation
- Attachment theory
You can find more information about family law in the For Clients section of Mark’s site. Please call his office if you would like more information about the divorce process and services his office offers.
Staff members of Mark K. Baumann, Attorney at Law PS
Mark Baumann, J.D.
Mataya Ellison, Legal Assistant
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