The firm represents client in initial dissolution of marriage actions. In a dissolution of marriage action, the court may determine but is not limited to the following issues:
- Parenting (including parental responsibility, timesharing, and parenting plan establishment)
- Equitable Distribution
- Child Support
We represent clients in all aspects of actions to establish or disestablish paternity, including parenting plans and child support.
After the court dissolves a marriage or establishes a child’s paternity, there may come a time where an individual is no longer able to follow the parenting plan or provide the agreed upon financial support. Clients who have experienced a substantial, material, and unanticipated change of circumstances may be entitled to a modification of the parenting plan or timesharing schedule. Similarly, these clients may also be entitled to a modification of their child support obligation.
Our firm represents clients in all aspects of actions to modify alimony. Alimony modification may be available when one party demonstrates a substantial, material, permanent and unanticipated change in circumstances from the last order establishing or modifying alimony.
Enforcement actions can include one or all the following situations:
- Failing to follow a parenting plan or timesharing schedule
- Failing to abide by a settlement agreement
- Failing to pay alimony
- Failing to uphold a child support agreement
We represent clients who are seeking an enforcement action and those defending against an enforcement action.
Our attorneys at Sasser, Cestero & Roy, P.A. offer comprehensive, top-tier legal services. We view our clients as our top priority and consistently do our best to help you reach a resolution that is in the best interests of you and your family.
Our services cover preparing clients for matters regarding a prenuptial agreement, which is a contract in contemplation of marriage that governs the rights and obligations of each party in the event of an action to dissolve the marriage or the death of a party.
Our firm represents clients in the negotiation and drafting of a post-nuptial agreement, which is a written agreement entered into by two married individuals that dictate their personal and financial issues. This agreement can involve future support provisions, the management of financial assets, testamentary rights, business interests, and other similar issues.
For unmarried couples seeking to live together, we can help you obtain a cohabitation agreement that protects your interests while also safeguarding your assets.
We provide services to clients looking to relocate. Relocation is a cause of action in which one party seeks to move 50 or more miles temporarily or permanently from the traditional marital home or judicially established home with a minor child.
Our firm represents clients in family law matter actions that involve complex international issues, including recognition of foreign marriages/judgements for enforcement, international premarital and post-marital agreements, jurisdictional disputes, international child support, international child relocation, and international child abduction.
The firm may represent a client in an action to annul a marriage, or in defense of such an action.