If concern for your family has you distraught, attorney Aleita Ailes will listen to your needs and help you reach solutions to your legal problems.
Aleita Ailes Attorney at Law, LLC has been in practice for 40 years. I provide legal services in a wide spectrum of areas, including:
-Child custody and visitation
-Child support modification
While adopting a child brings happiness to families, there can be substantial heartache when something goes wrong. Aleita Ailes Attorney at Law, LLC assists families with the complex legal paperwork and procedures of adoption so you can feel confident that the process is handled accurately and your child's well-being is secure.
Getting divorced is difficult, but it should not lead to a financial crisis. I can help you establish fair and equitable spousal support.
Child custody and visitation:
For any parent, child custody is the most heart-wrenching aspect of divorce. I will advocate for your parental rights so you can raise your children in a fit and healthy home.
Both parents share in the responsibility of raising a child. At Aleita Ailes Attorney at Law, LLC I do everything possible to help your children receive the financial support they need for a healthy, happy upbringing.
Child support modification:
Child support payments remain the same unless and until the court or the Child Support Enforcement Agency modifies the child support order. If either the custodial or the non-custodial parent experiences a significant change in circumstances, I can guide you through the proper legal procedures to modify child support payments accordingly.
I stand by you throughout your divorce. I obtain the best possible results in court or at the negotiation table, and have extensive experience handling issues such as the fair distribution of assets, the division of a marital home, child support payments and child custody rights.
When you marry your beloved, you may not foresee the potential problems that can lead to divorce. I expect the unexpected and draft premarital agreements that protect both spouses' interests. Having an agreement in place can alleviate some of the stress should you ever divorce.