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Divorce Law

The day you were married you could never have foreseen the end of your love. But somehow it happened. Money troubles, deception, unfaithfulness or the gradual change of two people growing apart has led you to this point. Divorce is made worse if you have children. Their emotional well being is the focus of the courts. Once the decision is made to divorce, it is best to do it respectfully with full knowledge of your legal rights. Though divorce once had a social stigma, over fifty per cent of all Americans get divorced. As painful as it can be, divorce has become the experience of the majority of Americans.
If you are you seeking a divorce or dissolution of marriage you need representation by a skilled and experienced attorney to ensure that your children and your rights are protected. Kenneth M Cavin, has the knowledge and experience to guide you through the stressful proceedings of your divorce case. Kenneth M Cavin, and his staff will help protect your rights to your children, home, property, vehicles and much more. Don’t go through your divorce without the help of an experienced and reputable attorney, call the office of Kenneth M Cavin,  and let us defend your rights.
When you need an attorney with the experience to make sure you obtain your fair share in either Divorce, Child Custody Disputes, or Conflicts with the Child Support Collection or Juvenile Courts, choose the office of Kenneth M Cavin. Our staff is highly-trained and we will work with you to ensure you have aggressive and thorough representation in your legal matters. We have experience with a wide variety of Family Law cases including:
  • Interstate Child Abduction
  • Child custody
  • Child Support and Arrears
  • Spousal Support
  • Paternity and Gay Parentage
  • Visitation Disputes
  • Violations of Court Orders
  • Contempt of Court Defense and Offense
  • Domestic partnerships


The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters, and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.