The lawyers/attorneys at Rhoades, Cunningham, & McFadden are available to help with all divorce matters. Please feel free to contact us for questions and a free consultation. See below for more information on specific services.
Rhoades Cunningham & McFadden, PLLC will help guide you through the adoption process. If you haven’t made your final decision and are still considering adopting your stepchild, our lawyers and attorneys are here to help and guide you. Click here for more information.
The attorneys at Rhoades, Cunningham & McFadden, PLLC approach every custody dispute with the goal of obtaining a custody and visitation agreement that meets the best interests of your child. Click here for more information.
As a parent, your first concern is the health and well-being of your child and that means you must protect your child financially. Often, child support determinations can become more complicated and difficult to resolve than custody agreements. Whether you are looking to collect child support or you are concerned about your support obligations, we are here to help you understand your rights and help you navigate this often – complex area of the law. Click here for more information.
While uncontested divorces are typically quicker and less expensive, an uncontested divorce is not always possible. In order to obtain a divorce in New York, you must resolve all issues ancillary to the divorce, which include, division of your assets, custody, child support, spousal support and payment of attorney fees. Click here for more information.
When you are in the process of dividing marital property, the Court will seek out an “equitable distribution of assets.” This should not be confused with a 50/50 split of assets as equitable does not mean equal. Before you negotiate, it is important to know your rights, options, and potential obligations. Click here for more information.
Rhoades Cunningham & McFadden, PLLC has a vibrant and expanding mediation center run by Karen Rhoades, an experienced divorce attorney and trained mediator. Click here for more information.
A prenuptial agreement is a legal, binding agreement that two people, who are to be married, sign in order to protect their property in the event the marriage ends. Click here for more information.
Many people believe that because they have come to a verbal agreement with their spouse their divorce is uncontested. Unfortunately, it is not that simple. For a divorce to be uncontested all issues ancillary to your divorce, including the grounds for your divorce, distribution of your assets, custody, child support, maintenance and fees must be resolved. For these issues to be resolved you must enter into a written agreement, commonly referred to as a separation agreement. Click here for more information.