Divorce is the legal ending of a marriage by a court that officially dissolves the bonds of matrimony between a couple in a particular country or state.
To start the process one spouse will typically file for divorce and then both spouses will come to an agreement (with or without the court) that divides any property or responsibilities, including the custody and care of any children.
Attorney Lipinski has experience with adoptions. 
“Adoption” means the act of creating the legal relationship between parent and child where it did not exist, thereby declaring the child to be legally the child of the adoptive parents and their heir at law and entitled to all the rights and privileges and subject to all the obligations of a child born to such adoptive parents in lawful wedlock.
Prenuptial Agreements
A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract made before marriage that protects a couple in case of a divorce or death of a spouse. It may also be called a prenup or premarital agreement.
A prenup explains how to handle financial issues if the marriage ends. For example, it may list how to distribute your marital property, debts, or estate.