Firm Overview

Boise Collaborative Family Law Firm

At the Everman Law Offices, our goal is to find creative and cooperative methods of dispute resolution in order to avoid the emotional and financial costs of potentially lengthy litigation.

We apply the principles of collaborative law whenever possible to family law disputes ranging from relatively simple separation agreements and divorce proceedings to complex and highly emotional child custody cases involving allegations of abuse and neglect.

We believe that the right family law attorney for you is the one who is most interested in finding a real and lasting solution to your disputes and disagreements in as cost-effective and low-stress of a manner as possible.

Everman Law Offices ● Effective Dispute Resolution ● 208-639-3918
Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

Whether you decide to take advantage of collaborative law techniques or you prefer the traditional courtroom process, we will stand by your side to protect your rights and those of any children involved in a comprehensive range of family law matters, such as:

  • Divorce and property division cases, including the modification of existing divorce decrees
  • Child support issues including variances within the Idaho Child Support Guidelines and the affects of shared custody arrangements
  • Child custody and visitation agreements, the establishment of necessary court orders and the modification of those orders due to significant changes in circumstances

Contact us today for a free half hour consultation with an experienced divorce, child support and custody lawyer. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.

Everman Law Offices
601 Beacon Street
Boise, ID 83706

Phone: 208-639-3918 • E-Mail Map and Directions
Fax: 208-344-0345

Located in Boise, the Everman Law Offices serve clients in Boise Valley and Treasure Valley as well as in communities throughout Idaho, including Nampa, Caldwell, Sun Valley, Ketchum, Hailey, McCall, Mountain Home, Twin Falls, Ada County, Canyon County, Gem County, Elmore County, Twin Falls County, Valley County, Boise County, Custer County, Boundary County and Blaine County.

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