Understanding Family Law Representation

Issues involving family law may be some of the most difficult you will ever have to face. It is important to seek legal help from someone who is sympathetic to your situation and who can help you open a new chapter in your life.

At the law firm of Hodge Calhoun Giattina, PLLC, in Little Rock, our attorneys are here to listen to your story. We can help you explore your options, discuss the strengths and weaknesses of your case, and help you determine the best path for moving forward. To schedule an initial consultation, call us at 501-404-5059.

Skilled Guidance In All Family Legal Matters

Our lawyers provide representation in all matters concerning family law, including:

Divorce proceedings: Whether you and your partner agree about most major issues and are seeking an uncontested divorce or you are deadlocked and unable to communicate with each other, we can help protect your interests and reach a successful resolution to your divorce case.

Custody and visitation: Issues surrounding child custody are often one of the most contentious aspects of any family law case. We will work hard to help achieve your goals while always working toward a solution that is in the best interests of your child.

Child support: Whether you are seeking child support payments or are being asked to pay child support, we can help make a case for your interests while never losing sight of doing what is right for your child.

Spousal support: Sometimes referred to as alimony, spousal support payments are designed to provide financial assistance to someone who sacrificed job or educational opportunities to contribute to a household. These payments are usually temporary and may be subject to modification.

Post-divorce modifications: When a person experiences a substantial change in circumstances, the terms of a divorce agreement may need to be modified. This is typically done with regard to child custody, child support or spousal support.

Paternity: If you believe that you are the father of a child, establishing paternity can help you assert your parental rights. If you are the mother of a child, identifying the biological father can help ensure your child's eligibility to receive support payments.

Contact Us To Find Out How We Can Help You

To learn more about our family law services, call us at 501-404-5059 to schedule an appointment. You may also contact us online and we will return your message promptly.