Our Family Law Services

Family law problems can be scary and make the future feel uncertain. We have helped countless clients through trying legal problems, providing compassionate advice and passionate advocacy. We take the time to carefully listen to you, in order to understand you and your individual circumstances. We promise to give you the legal information and advice necessary to make the best decisions. We will work with you to develop specific objectives and goals. Then, we work passionately toward achieving those goals – in the courtroom or through settlement. We help you draw on your strengths and guide you through every step of the legal process.

Bays Family Law provides the following Family Law Services


While no one can make divorce easy, Donna J. Bays of Bays Family Law can ease your burden by guiding you through the legal process step-by-step.

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Child Custody & Parenting Time

Be the best parent you can be. Make a commitment to find out what the law says about the best interests of a child.

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The first step in a paternity case is to find out whether a particular man is a child’s biological father, either through testimony or DNA testing.

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Parenting Coordination

Parental conflict is bad for children. Period. When parents are in constant battle, a Parenting Coordinator (PC) may be able to reduce or eliminate the fighting.

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High Asset Property Division

Divorce is a financial shock for most couples. For business owners, executives and other high-net- worth individuals, the stakes are especially high.

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Mediation & Arbitration

Mediation is an informal process where a neutral person, called a mediator, helps you find acceptable solutions to your differences. Arbitration uses private hearings to settle disputes.

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Guardian ad Litem

A Guardian ad Litem or GAL who does home visits and meets with the kids or incapacitated adult might be what you need.

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Pre & Post-Nuptial Agreements

All marriages – yes, 100% of them – will end: Some by death, others by divorce.

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