Few, if any, areas of the law can involve more raw and painful emotions than family law. Whether going through a simple, uncontested divorce or a heated child custody battle, most people will experience a range of powerful, negative emotions including anger, sadness, despair, depression and anxiety. At Hinzman & Flory we pride ourselves on our ability to understand and empathize with all of our clients while still telling them what they need to hear, not what they want to hear.
This is particularly important in family law where the intense passions often involved can lead to impulsive and foolish, rather than calm and rational, decisions. Our family law attorney, Kevin Hinzman, has over 20 years of experience helping his clients navigate through the often painful process of divorce and child custody disputes. In addition, his background and knowledge of criminal, probate, business, and personal injury law is important asset, as family law cases can often involve matters in these practice areas.
Besides experience and knowledge, at Hinzman & Flory we believe patience and understanding are traits that are a must in order to be an effective family law advocate. If a divorce is the only option in your situation, Mr. Hinzman is ready to fight strongly on your behalf to ensure that you receive a favorable outcome. He also, however, takes his job as a counselor in these situations seriously – he is an excellent and caring listener, generous with his time, who can help you get through this difficult period of your life, and who will also encourage and aid in reconciliation when that is a possibility. Since Mr. Hinzman limits his family law caseload, your case will get his undivided attention – you may find a very different attitude should you chose to entrust your case with a larger family law firm. If you need effective and caring family law representation, call Hinzman & Flory today to schedule an appointment.
At Hinzman & Flory we handle the following types of family law cases:
Divorce with Property Issues
Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)
Suits Affecting the Parent Child Relationship