FAMILY LAW & ESTATE PLANNING2019-07-09T16:42:57-05:00

Family Law & Estate Planning

People often find it difficult to balance work life with family.  At Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., we offer our clients substantial expertise to address their family law and estate planning legal needs.  When conflict arises and litigation results, you can trust the experience of our seasoned family and estate law practitioners to protect your assets and to take care of your children.  We offer the following family law services:

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation, Access & Relocation Disputes
  • Spousal Support & Maintenance
  • Proving & Tracing Separate Property
  • Business Valuations in Divorce Litigation
  • Domestic Violence, Protective Orders & Restraining Orders
  • Post-Divorce Enforcement
  • Prenuptial & Marital Property Agreements
  • Post-Divorce Modifications
  • Child Support
  • Mediation & Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Appeals

All three of our TBLS board-certified attorneys bring their unique knowledge and experience to assist in divorce proceedings with complex property disputes, nasty custody battles, and difficult evidentiary issues.  We attack such cases with strategic vision, with efficiency, and with the belief that we should pick battles wisely – fighting those that serve our clients’ interests and avoiding those that obscure important issues and needlessly drive up costs.  The needs and resources of every client are important to us, so the choices made in each case are made together by attorney and client.

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Astute business people will plan for the unexpected in their personal lives, as well as in their business dealings.  Estate planning ensures that the fruits of your labor are inherited by your loved ones, rather than passing to the IRS in the form of taxes.  Our attorneys can assist with the following probate and estate-planning services:

  • Wills & Trusts
  • Asset Protection
  • Family Limited Partnerships
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Prenuptial & Marital Property Agreements
  • Business Succession
  • Tax Planning
  • Probate
  • Will Contests

Even the most happily married couple and individuals who have never been married can benefit from our estate planning practice.  Death and taxes are certain, but the effects each leave on your and your loved ones lives can be made easier with proper planning.  Business people, in particular, need carefully plans to protect their assets from adverse developments, including death, divorce, significant litigation, and economic collapse.  While careful estate planning can make the probate process go smoothly, our probate litigators can step in to protect your rights when a will contest or other dispute arises.

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