Tavis & Bunyard is an association of attorneys exclusively practicing in the area of Family Law. Our collective experience provides our clients with multiple options so they may choose the best path to resolution of their Family Law matters. We work closely with our clients to gain insight and understanding into their specific circumstances and goals so we can assist them to achieve the best result possible.
The Firm has extensive experience handling complex Family Law matters, including high-conflict custody and complex support and property matters. We have gained the trust and respect of our colleagues and judicial officers based on our bold and innovative litigation and settlement approaches.
We provide Family Law support in the areas of divorce, legal separation, custody and visitation matters, child support, spousal support, paternity, division of assets and liabilities, post judgment modifications, paternity, grandparent rights, custody mediation, special needs children, pre-nuptial agreements, post nuptial agreements, domestic partnerships, and LGBT issues.
Our goal is to assist clients in resolving their Family Law matter in the most efficient manner possible. We employ the services of CPAs, forensic accountants, therapists, forensic psychologists, financial planners, parenting coaches, property valuators, vocational evaluators, and other professionals with specialized knowledge and skill to provide our clients with the information necessary to make informed decisions.
The landscape of Family Law has changed. Tavis & Bunyard is changing with the times in order to provide clients with access to all legal options and services available to meet their individualized needs. Many clients are choosing alternative dispute resolution options, such as mediation, Collaborative Law, and other uncontested processes. Others require litigation. Our success as litigators is premised on attention to detail and an individualized legal approach. We apply the same attention to detail and individualized approach to our mediation, Collaborative Law, and uncontested matters.