At Culp, Doran & Genest, P.L.C., we provide our family law clients with experienced, principled and aggressive representation. We pledge to always advocate zealously on our client's behalf, maintaining the highest standards of professional legal service. We understand that domestic relationships usually must continue in some form after the litigation is over, to that end, we strive to keep family law litigation civil — while never sacrificing our clients' rights or interests. Contact a Des Moines, Iowa, family lawyer at Culp, Doran & Genest, P.L.C., today for principled, zealous advocacy. We provide focused, attentive service to our clients for family law cases involving:
- Divorce and legal separation
- Division of property, as well as division of debt
- Child custody and visitation, including interstate child custody matters
- Child support and alimony
- Adoption, including domestic and international cases
- Paternity actions and related custody and support issues
- Domestic abuse and protection orders
- Changes to custody, visitation and support agreements
- LGBTQ family law cases
A Big Picture Approach
In representing our clients for divorce, we look at the big picture. We approach domestic relations litigation with a boxer's mentality. That means we fight hard for you, but never forget you will normally have to work with the other parent when the case is over. We dedicate ourselves to striving for the highest standards of quality and service. We roll up our sleeves and dig in to each case, promptly returning phone calls in an effort to make each client feel like they're the only one we've got.
You can be assured that your case will be handled by your attorney, and not handed off down the line to an associate like at a larger firm. We also employ a qualified team of legal assistants to make sure that all work is completed in a timely and efficient manner. If you are facing an upcoming case in family law and need a dedicated attorney to represent you, contact a Des Moines family lawyer at Culp, Doran & Genest, P.L.C., today.