Family Law

Our attorneys at O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C. provide zealous representation in family law. Our lawyers handle all cases involving Family Law including divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, property division, qualified domestic relations orders, and all other family law related matters. Family law is an area of focus at O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C. Our lawyers provide smart, aggressive representation to protect the interests of our clients. O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C. handles family law cases throughout the State of Kansas.

Whether you are facing a divorce / family law matter or dealing with child custody, child support, spousal maintenance, visitation or order modification issues, you can be sure that your case will be treated with respect and a sense of urgency second to none.

At O’Hara & O’Hara L.L.C., we believe that an informed client is a well-served client, and we are vigilant about maintaining communication with you throughout your Kansas family law matter. We work with you to ensure you understand all your legal options and how Kansas family law applies to your case, so we can advocate for your rights and serve the best interests of the client as well as any children involved in the family law matter.

We understand that family relationships are complex, and that dealing with a family law matter is often an emotional and stressful event in our clients’ lives. We strive to ease that burden by being an advocate for your rights and wishes, at your side every step of the way. There can be many issues involved in a family law case including those dealing with alimony, martial property division, mortgage and rent payments, health insurance, day care, and many other issues. An experienced Wichita family law attorney can help guide you through these issues. We recognize that the issues resolved or ruled upon in a Kansas family law case can have an impact on the client and family for years to come. As such, it is vital that the client makes an informed, reasonable and wise decision during the Kansas family law case.