Family Law

Family Law

Family law contains many elements.  It can include the following: 
  • Divorce
  • Annulment
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support/Alimony
  • Prenuptial Agreement
  • Enforcements and Modifications of Existing Orders
  • Mediation
  • Adoption
At Friedly & Ward, we will zealously represent you and your interests as they relate to your family. Whether it be your property rights in a divorce, your custody rights in a custody dispute, your rights relating to entering into or leaving a relationship, adopting a step child, or adopting a child in general. Call us at 208-587-4412 to discuss your unique situation.
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Divorce & Custody

When a marriage has reached its end and can no longer be salvaged, sometimes the only option is to file for a divorce.  If you’re faced with the tough decision of separation or divorce and need a divorce attorney, the attorneys at Friedly & Ward have decades of experience successfully representing clients in both divorce and custody actions.  Our attorneys can help you with:

  • Child Custody 
  • Child Custody Modifications
  • Child Support
  • Visitation
  • Alimony/Spousal Support
  • Post Nuptial Agreements
  • Division of Property and Debts
  • Division of Military Retirement Assets
  • Protection of Military Rights in Divorce for Both Military Members and Military Spouses
  • No Fault Divorce
  • Fault Divorce
  • Military Divorce

When a couple is divorcing or when custody is in dispute, many obstacles, known and unknown, can cause dramatic consequences in the parties’ lives if not properly handled. There is an appropriate saying that “you don’t know what you don’t know.” The attorneys at Friedly & Ward have years of experience in contested and non-contested divorce and custody cases.  We will assist you in successfully navigating these obstacles and obtaining the best result possible in your situation.


Adoption Lawyer

Adoptions are a happy time for families and bring great joy to those involved. Friedly & Ward has decades of experience handling step parent adoptions, independent adoption of children who are not a child of any of the adopting parents, adoptions of Native Americans, to which the Indian Child Welfare Act applies, interstate adoptions, and adoption by military members. Adoption is usually in conjunction with the termination of the parental rights of the birth parent or parents. We will provide all of the necessary legal work to terminate the birth parent or parents parental rights and successfully finalize your adoption.

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Call us at 208-587-4412 to schedule a consultation concerning any family law matter. We serve clients in Mountain Home, Idaho, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Glenns Ferry, Grand View, Bruneau, Gooding, Elmore County, Gooding County, Owhyee County, and Ada County, Idaho.