Marital Agreements are premarital, also known as prenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements. These contractual arrangements enable spouses to make their own agreements that do not necessarily follow what a Court would decide.
Paternity is where you have a child but are not married to the other parent. A parent may not have any legal rights unless they first establish paternity.
In today's overbooked Courts, mediation provides a way for parties to resolve their case without a judge making decisions about their lives. It is generally cheaper and faster than going to court.
This is where you hire an attorney to do part of a case and you handle the balance yourself. For example, an attorney may handle custody but you do the rest of your case.
Wills & Trusts
Wills tell people what you want to happen to your assets after you die. Trusts are arrangements where you can control your assets during your lifetime and after death the balance is paid to the previously named beneficiaries. Without a trust, your assets go through probate which can be expensive.