Family Law


Separation, divorce, child custody…can be difficult both emotionally and financially, and can involve complex legal issues. If you have decided that divorce is the best option for you to move forward, you will need an attorney on your side that will see you through this challenging time as easily as possible.

You may find that you would prefer to go through the divorce process on a voluntary basis. A Collaborative Divorce is another option for many couples, and although an attorney is still needed, there won't be the treat of contested litigation. This type of divorce is designed to make the best out of an admittedly bad situation. Attorney Nic Kuvshinoff can help you cover all the details and navigate through this process where the documents are drawn up consensually and together.

Mr. Kuvshinoff provides representation for a full range of family law services including:

  • Traditional Litigation Divorce
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Mediation
  • Legal Separation
  • Custody and Visitation
  • Modifications to Matters

Whether your preference is collaboration, mediation, or litigation, or child custody matters, you will need an attorney who understands how to get you through the process as quickly as possible and get the best outcome during this difficult time so you can move forward with your new life.

Call for a consultation: 410-749-6052

Who We Are

General Practice law firm with a focus on problem solving whether by negotiation or litigation. The firm practices primarily on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia, and we are in a courtroom virtually every week somewhere among the Maryland Counties of Wicomico, Talbot, Dorchester, Somerset, and Worcester, and the Virginia Counties of Accomack and Northampton. Learn More

What We Do

The firm assists individuals in the areas of criminal law (serious matters, DWI, DUI, drug offenses), personal injury, family law and traffic offenses; and businesses primarily in the areas of debt collection, landlord-tenant issues and disputes, contract matters and commercial litigation. Learn More