Mediation and Practice Areas
From infants to elders, our family custody mediators focus on ensuring that your domestic relations matters are handled seamlessly and expediently. Our family law mediators believe in doing what is best for your children. This guides our work in divorces, prenups, postnuptial agreements, child placement and support, parenting time, and enforcing post-decree orders. Family law cases are billed on an hourly fee basis. Contact us to learn more about our family law services in Johnson County, KS.
Mediation might be an appropriate, cost-efficient means to resolve your legal matter. Family meditation helps families to maintain a functioning, healthy working unit despite a change in legal and living arrangements. Our Johnson County, KS mediators also consistently offer mediation to solve neighbor disputes and simple civil litigation disputes. As mediators who are also licensed attorneys, we can prepare all the necessary documents to complete the legal process. Please contact our family custody mediators in Johnson County to see if cost-effective mediation is right for your dispute. Mediation cases are billed on an hourly fee basis.
Whether you need to assist an elder relative with the transition to assisted living, or you have a special needs child who is about to reach the age of majority, we will guide you through the process. Guardianship/Conservatorship cases are billed on an hourly fee basis.
Protection from Abuse/Stalking (PFA/PFS) Orders
If a partner from a past relationship continues to harass you, or threaten abuse, it may become necessary for you to ask the court for an order of protection. These cases are emotionally charged and generally conflict-laden. We will ensure that you have the peace of mind you deserve. PFA/PFS cases are billed on an hourly fee basis.
Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Our prenuptial and postnuptial agreement services in Johnson County, KS include drafting an agreement between partners. These agreements generally regard property. It is often a misconception that the partners must have significant assets or an extensive amount of debt for a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement to be beneficial. Instead, such agreements allow the partners to amicably decide, among other things, the rights and obligations of each person regarding property acquired at any time, either before or even after the date of marriage. Drafting prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are billed on an hourly fee basis. Our lawyers can outline prenup and postnuptial agreements in Johnson County, Kansas.
Boothe Walsh Law and Mediation provides services to clients across Overland Park, Lenexa, Olathe, and the surrounding counties in Kansas. We also serve Jackson County, Platte County, and Clay County in Missouri.