INNOVATIVE FAMILY LAW
HELP AND RESOURCES
A modern approach to family law help, support and services.
National Family Solutions supports families as they deal with the complicated, difficult, and sometimes incredibly stressful process of family law cases. Our team consists of career professionals; from attorneys and legal document assistants preparing your filings, to dedicated in-house case managers answering your questions and providing emotional support and knowledge during a truly difficult time. Our provider network of attorneys and other legal professionals such as parenting experts, private investigators, and process servers provide on-demand services in your local area if you need additional family law help navigating your legal case. We provide services through divorce, child custody, guardianships, conservatorships, and other family law matters effectively and affordably. Our proprietary software is uniquely designed to meet any and all needs that arise with your case, at far more affordable rates than hiring an attorney.
Your case manager is with you every step of the way, ensuring to meet all your family law and legal assistance needs.
10 years pioneering innovative family law help, strategies, and solutions to provide the highest levels of client experience and services.
Provider network access to attorneys, private investigators, and legal document assistants in one easy-to-use platform.
Assisting families by empowering them to set goals, make sacrifices, and to work hard and endlessly to shape their family’s future.
You can use an independent Parent Evaluation when filing a motion for physical custody. It supports the claim that the parent has either already been a successful primary caregiver and or is capable of providing such care. Parent Evaluations are based on a functional assessment of parent competence, based on scientific research and a table of authorities. Evaluations include a school support plan which can effectively prevent or stop a geographic relocation of a child. This puts the education of the child under the parent’s authority in a custody decision. School support plans may hold due process of law authority. Family Courts are required to recognize these formal school support plans and adhere to no exclusion of either parent.
Your company has been a blessing to me and my family in helping us through a very difficult situation, one that was seemingly impossible, marked by ongoing legal and financial frustration. I am glad that I found your company online.JEFF SHAW, FLORIDA
I appreciate your professionalism and compassion.
I found this platform to be very helpful with my success in winning custody of my two children. They were a kind and efficient staff on call to help through it all. Good pricing and great people. Highly recommended.JESSICA THOMPSON, TEXAS
The process was very smooth. My case manager was very prompt and enthusiastic about my case. I'm thankful for all their help and services. I would refer NFS to anyone, especially parents who aren't savvy with family law.BRANDON LOTT, CALIFORNIA
Wide spectrum family law help – from full representation to pro-se programs. Having the experts involved is most important when major issues arise.
Establish parental credibility and competency. Backed by years of research by accredited experts, shows positive outcome benefits of both parents’ involvement in child rearing.
Are you looking for the other party involved? Connecting with a private investigator can help you move forward by acquiring pertinent information.
Individuals behind the scenes making sure all our cases are being handled properly and systems running smoothly to meet your family law needs.
Our dedicated team of support specialists are available daily to help assist and guide parents in choosing the right solutions that best fits their family law related needs.
Made up of database engineers, interface developers and network administrators all working together to provide a pleasant user experience.
When parents divorce or separate, the first question on their minds is often, “who will get custody of the children?” In many cases, separated parents can come to an agreement without involving a judge. When the parents cannot decide, however, it becomes necessary for the court to make a decision…
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After a divorce or a breakup, many parents are very worried that they won’t be able to have a relationship with their child. If they are not awarded custody of the child, this fear becomes even more magnified. What you might not be aware of is that a non-custodial parent…
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