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Our Family Law practice provides legal counsel in the areas of divorce, custody, pre-nuptial agreements and post judgment enforcement and modification. Our objective is to thoroughly protect our clients' interests, while we assist them to make the best possible decisions at times when emotions may cloud judgment. This practice is headed by Lyn Taylor Long
Having practiced family law in the Hardin, Grayson, Larue, Meade, Nelson, Bullitt and surrounding counties, the law firm of Moulton and Long PLLC will be a calming, helpful resource for you in a tumultuous time. We strongly believe you should be well informed about what to expect at every stage, and we will negotiate or litigate aggressively to achieve your goals.
Whether you are considering filing for divorce, or papers have been served on you, the best way to protect your future is to work with a strong lawyer who will give your case personal attention. We are equipped to guide you through any dissolution process, including a high net worth divorce involving complex property division, or development of a separation agreement.
Moulton & Long PLLC knows it can be critical to get all issues out on the table early in the process. We help a wide range of clients obtain favorable outcomes in areas including:
In addition to all issues surrounding divorce, we help many clients:
Adoption Law falls under Family Law and is mainly governed by the states in which the parent and child live. It encompasses the process by which a legal parent-child relationship is created between individuals not biologically parent and child (adoption process). The biological parent gives up all parental rights and obligations, and these rights and obligations are assumed by the adoptive parents.
These days, there are a lot more options available through the adoption process where adoptive families can adopt a child than ever were before. For example, you can choose a closed adoption where the parents remain anonymous, or opt for the increasingly common open adoption where you actually meet and can maintain contact with the birth parents. You can adopt a child from another country (international adoption) or one of a different race or ethnic background. You can even adopt a "special needs" child who may have physical, mental or behavioral disabilities. Some children are also considered "special needs children" because of their age or minority group status.