Working out child custody issues can be difficult and challenging for any family. When you are searching for legal advice, you need an attorney that is trustworthy, compassionate, professional and skillful. Adrienne Orbach is all of these things. With her 20 years of experience, you are in excellent hands. Adrienne is committed to advocating for her clients, pushing hard for positive outcomes, and doing whatever is necessary to reach a resolution. From your initial consultation to the resolution of your case, Adrienne will provide you with individualized attention and service. You can trust Adrienne Orbach to work hard for your family. Contact us for more information.
Child Support, Custody and Parental Rights
In both traditional and same-sex marriages, separation and divorce is difficult for everyone —especially when children are involved. Such an upheaval can negatively affect a child’s ability to concentrate, as well as his or her emotional well-being and social interactions. Thus, causing grades to drop, “acting out” in school, and depression.
Why add to your child’s stress and confusion?

When you retain the services of Adrienne Orbach, you will not only get top-notch legal representation, but also a highly-skilled and empathetic professional who is accomplished in the field of social work. Adrienne prefers to take the collaborative mediation approach as opposed to litigation whenever possible. This family-friendly and affordable method allows clients to retain control of the decision-making while circumventing the emotional toll, expense and inconvenience of litigation. Most importantly, collaborative mediation helps diminish parental/partner conflict which, in turn, stabilizes the childrens’ home life and sense of security.

However, collaborative mediation is not conducive in all situations. When litigation is the only option, Adrienne Orbach has a stellar reputation as a trial lawyer. For over 20 years she has vigorously and successfully represented clients in a number of high-profile traditional and LGBT family law cases.
Knowledgable. Determined. Resourceful. Dynamic.

Contact Adrienne J. Orbach today for professional assistance with:
✔ Child Custody

✔ Child Support

✔ Parental Rights

✔ Collaborative Mediation

As of January 31, 2014, the Combined Parental Income Cap under the Child Support Standards Act has been adjusted up from $136,000 to $141,000.

For those who started a divorce action after October 13, 2010, there have been additional changes in the law effecting child support. The law now allows parties to seek a modification of a child support order if there has been a substantial change in circumstances, when three years have passed since the order was entered, or when there has been a change in either party’s gross income by fifteen percent (15%) or more.