Divorce and Family Law

Divorce and family law are diverse practice areas. Both fields require extreme diligence and a sense of compassion that allows the attorney the ability to put things in perspective so things may be viewed from both sides of the table. Divorces and other family law issues can be simple and easy or profoundly complicated and require a skilled negotiator.

As a Chelan County Attorney Scott, with main practice areas are divorce and family law, will handle cases that fall on a wide spectrum of issues ranging from divorce and legal separation, same-sex dissolutions, paternity and guardianship cases involving children, the elderly and individuals with special needs. Unlike criminal law, family law involves what is best for everyone. If children and their custody are involved, applying the best interests test will likely control the outcome of any such case.

Wenatchee Family Law Attorney

A Wenatchee divorce attorney that practices family law can handle any situation that may arise during a divorce proceeding. Scott’s experience in family law is especially beneficial when small children are involved as both practice and life experience provide him with the tools to handle the situation tactfully, while respecting the parents and protecting the children’s best interest.

Child support, custody and visitation cases are common in family court. While these go hand in hand with divorce proceedings, they sometimes are presented outside of a marital situation. They can also involve guardianship, paternity and adoption. Family law is a unique practice area with many individual elements that must be able to be adequately addressed.

Volyn Law Firm

Scott Volyn is a highly respected family law attorney who wears many hats. Not only is he a university professor, he is a student, father and husband. He has the experience to handle each case with the grace and respect it deserves, while still maintaining a sense of what is right and wrong.

Volyn has taken a one on one approach with his clients. He believes that by leaving behind the large law firm mentality, he can focus more fully on each case he accepts. He spent over 15 years working in a large firm, where clients were treated more like numbers than people.

Instead of watching you be forced through a system sometimes harsh and unyielding, Scott wants to guide you every step of the way and help you understand every aspect of your case. Scott believes his knowledge and experience are best put to use when the client walks away from the experience feeling as though they have partnered successfully to craft a unique result best suited to the needs and desires of his client.

 

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