Real-World Guidance On Family Law
Family law cases have a major impact on your life and future. When you’re seeking legal guidance, you need an attorney who not only understands the legal intricacies of North Dakota family law, but also their real-world application.
At Hankey Law Firm, attorney Kelsey Hankey provides that guidance. Our lawyer has the skill, experience and knowledge to address your concerns in a way that takes into account your goals and dreams for the future. You are the one who will have to live with the outcome of your case, so we want you to have a role in shaping that outcome.
Making Sense Of Your Options
As attorneys, our job is to educate you on all of your options, equipping you with the knowledge you need to make informed choices. You can rely on us for trusted guidance on any type of family law matter in North Dakota, including:
- Divorce and legal separation and all resulting ramifications, including property division, spousal support (alimony), custody and child support
- Child custody and support, including initial custody determinations as well as modifications and requests for relocation
- Adoptions, including stepparent and relative adoptions
We also handle guardianship proceedings for vulnerable adults.
By examining the details of your case as well as the big picture, we can help you move forward in a way that makes sense for your unique situation.
Our Approach To Family Law Cases
We understand that family law cases often involve strong emotions and difficult transitions. They can also pose stressful challenges, particularly if you don’t have the guidance of a trusted legal ally.
We want you to feel comfortable throughout the course of your case. You can expect our legal team to listen closely to your concerns, providing an empathetic ear and compassionate understanding.
Discuss Your Family Law Concerns With A Member Of Our Team
Learn more about how we can help you craft the future you desire through dedicated representation in your family law case. Our office is conveniently located in the Downtown Grand Forks Historic District, across the street from the courthouse.