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Family and guardianship law

Family law advocate

A family law advocate is a person who specializes in family law. Depending on the individual needs and expectations of their clients, a family law advocate may offer:

– professional consulting,

– handling pre-court proceedings,

– handling litigation.

When is it a good idea to seek a family advocate’s help?

It is advisable to seek professional assistance of an advocate who specializes in family law when the matter seems so complicated that there is a doubt as to whether you can handle it on your own and whether you have the necessary distance from the situation you find yourself in. An advocate will certainly be useful when:

– a party wants to get the highest amount of alimony possible,

– a party does not want to pay alimony,

– an alimony case involves spouses who are divorced or separated,

– the plaintiffs are parents seeking child support,

– parents contend for custody of a minor child,

– a party wants to terminate the other parent’s custody rights.

It is also a good idea to seek advice from an advocate when the parties are able to reach a consensus on the division of property, custody of minor children and the amount of alimony on their own. In such a case, a family advocate will suggest how to complete all the formalities in a quick and trouble-free manner. At the same time, he can advise on the fair division of joint assets.

Ask an advocate: how to resolve family issues in conflict?

The dissolution of a marriage is often accompanied by conflict between the former spouses, which has a significant impact on other issues that need to be addressed after divorce. Establishing custody of minor children, determining contact with the children, determining the amount of alimony, dividing joint property – all these matters require an agreement between former spouses. Otherwise, family matters at the request of one of the former spouses are decided by the court.

As a family law advocate, I am well aware that it is difficult to remain neutral in the face of a marital breakdown, especially when one of the parties is to blame. Nonetheless, I always encourage my clients to enter into mediation or negotiations aimed at establishing a common and united position on issues of key importance to the family.

Family and guardianship law – advocate in Warsaw

Jurczewski Kępka-Mariański i Wspólnicy provides professional legal assistance and support in pre-court and court proceedings concerning family law. Our advocates provide legal assistance in cases:

1. divorce,

2. alimony,

4. termination of parental authority,

5. adoption,

6. contact arrangements with children.

Our advocates also represent in proceedings for the division of joint property of spouses.

Our advocates have extensive experience in handling family cases affected by strong conflict between the parties, as well as with the participation of parties whose intention is to amicably terminate the proceedings.

The firm works with proven detective agencies and mediation centres.

We remain at your disposal at every stage of proceedings. We have many years of practical experience. We are familiar not only with the provisions of family law, but also with effective ways to mitigate conflicts that prevent amicable settlement of cases.

If you have questions or concerns about the course of your case and the role of a family law advocate, we encourage you to contact us. We will be happy to answer all your questions and help you choose the right course of action. We operate not only in Warsaw – we welcome clients from all over Poland.

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Kamil Jurczewski
Martyna B. Szczygielska
Prof. Marcin Jurgilewicz, Ph.D.
Wojciech Kępka-Mariański
Magdalena Nowosadzka