Family Law


“Let’s explore the possibilities of cooperation and settlement,
and, above all, fairness . . . “

Family law is built around preserving families and promoting family values. Couples, parents, grandparents, and children often find this isn’t the case. Because of outdated laws. Or because attorneys are trained to win for a single client. Or because of the stress and breakdown in communication. Fioritto Law collaborates with our clients. We want a swift return to normalcy for you and your love ones.

Choices for You & Your Family

Clients are encouraged to think proactively about the relationships they establish and the people they care deeply about. Putting your thoughts and values in writing offers security and peace of mind.

  • Pre- & Post-Nuptial Agreements
  • Marriage Contracts
  • Living Together Contracts

Separation and divorce are life altering decisions. They should not have to be devastating experiences. Know that there are options for this life transition.

  • Negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Dissolution
  • Divorce
  • Separation

“Children have the right to inherit a world that is at least as good as the one their parents inherited.” This comes from the International Children’s Bill of Rights. We apply this principle when couples with children are separating. We believe that the best interests of the child begins with impartial counsel and understanding parents.

  • Shared Parenting
  • Co-Parenting
  • Parenting Plan
  • Relocation & Virtual Visitation

Some deeply embedded issues in today’s society are coming to the surface.  The more we learn about the causes of things we did not discuss in the past, the better we can address them now.  This brings great quality of life to families and to each of us as individuals.

  • Domestic Violence & Abuse
  • Father’s Rights
  • Parental Alienation & Estrangement
  • Guardian ad Litem

Fioritto Law wants your experience and that of the other stakeholders in your situation to feel as though the justice system has treated you fairly.

“The law, for all its failings, has a noble goal – to make the little bit of life that people can actually control more just. We can’t end disease or natural disasters, but we can devise rules for our dealings with one another that fairly weigh the rights and needs of everyone, and which, therefore, reflect our best vision of ourselves.”   from Scott Turow

  • Paternity
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Property Division
  • Modifying Custody & Support Orders



Being able to live with and toward others, to recognize and show concern for other human beings, to engage in various forms of social interaction; to be able to imagine the situation of another and to have compassion for that situation; to have the capability for both justice and friendship.

from  Martha C. Nussbaum’s Capability Theory of Justice