Given that family law has both federal and state components, rules and regulations that govern this field can be complex.
Family laws pertain to divorce, adoption, child custody, support and abuse, reproductive rights, domestic violence, or division of property.
The statutes vary from state to state and navigating them often requires the knowledge and expertise of a skilled attorney.
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