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Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC
Compassionate Guidance Through Family Law Issues

Compassionate Help With Your Family's Legal Issues

Every family is different, but almost all families encounter legal issues at some point. At Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC, we understand how emotionally draining family law issues can be. Our attorneys are committed to guiding our clients through difficult legal matters to reach the best possible outcome for you and your family.

Located in the center of Buffalo, our law firm helps clients through Western New York with a full range of family and matrimonial law issues including:

  • Divorce and divorce planning for contested or uncontested divorces
  • Establishing and enforcing child custody and visitation agreements
  • Protective orders following domestic violence, child abuse and other family offenses
  • Modifications and enforcement of spousal support and child support orders
  • Equitable division of property during divorce
  • Establishing or disputing paternity
  • Violations and enforcement
  • Grandparents' rights to visitation
  • Modifications to custody or support agreements because of relocation, remarriage and other changes in circumstances
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Name changes

Representation Tailored To Your Needs

No matter what legal issues you are facing, we take a personalized approach with all of our clients. When you work with Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC, you can always work directly with one of our attorneys. We stay in close communication with our clients throughout the process so we fully understand your priorities and can defend your rights and interests. We work to resolve your legal issues as efficiently as possible so you can move forward with your life.

Learn How We Can Help You And Your Family

Contact us online or at 716-261-9835 to discuss how our lawyers can help you resolve your family law issues.

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