Divorce and Custody: Family Law Matters in West Virginia

Family Legal Issues are
Difficult and Emotional

When it comes to Family Law, the legal issues are often difficult and emotional. This is when many families turn to the trusted experience of an attorney. Lawyers not only understand the legal environment, they also keep your interests in mind and help fight for your rights. Hardman Law Office has been doing this since 1999.

Custody, Visitation, Support, and Adoption Matters in West Virginia

When it comes to children, no one divorce case is like the next. For some, separating a family with children brings difficulty related to fair visitation and financial hardship related to financial support. In other cases, bringing a new family member into the fold and adopting them enhances an existing family relationship. No matter what type of child custody, visitation, support, or adoption situation you may have, consulting with Attorney Justin Hardman can bring your family the protections you need under West Virginia law.

Divorce, Child Custody & Adoption Attorney in West Virginia

Attorney Hardman’s Experience Brings
Solid Legal Advice

Attorney Hardman, at the Hardman Law Office, brings his many years of experience to every client. His experience brings solid legal advice that benefits clients with the many aspects of Family Law in West Virginia:

  • Divorce
  • Separation
  • Spousal Support (Alimony)
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Adoption/Fostering
  • Domestic Violence
  • Protection from Abuse
  • Neglect/Abandonment
  • Division of Property

Divorce may happen for a variety of reasons, such as adultery, crime, incurable insanity, addiction, and more. Often there are multiple causes that may need to be sorted out, and these can have lingering effects on your family’s financial health. Consulting with an attorney can give you the guidance you need to make the changes you need in life.

Attorney Hardman will review all the rules with you based on your particular case. Either you or your spouse must have resided in West Virginia without interruption for one year before filing the divorce petition. We can help you file your petition and establish grounds for divorce. If you were served a petition for divorce, we can help prepare your response and protect your best interests.