Posts By: Mat Camp


A Major Step: How To Adopt Your Stepchild

by Mat Camp • December 29, 2021

For blended families, adoption of a stepchild can be a wonderful way to strengthen the bonds between stepparent and stepchild, while adding legal certainty concerning major life events like medical care, schooling, or the death of the natural parent. If you are considering adopting a stepchild, know that the law makes such adoptions easier than […]


Is An Annulment Right For You?

by Mat Camp • December 29, 2021

If you are considering pursuing the civil annulment of your marriage, the first thing you should understand is that they are relatively rare and for good reason: Annulments are only obtainable under specific conditions that must be affirmed by a court. But, if those conditions are met, annulments offer some advantages to traditional divorce. So, […]

Family Law Attorney

How To Choose A Family Law Attorney

by Mat Camp • November 24, 2021

Family law is in many ways unlike many other areas of law. Like most areas of law, issues of right and wrong and of course asset-related concerns are part of family law. But the emotional aspects of family law and the often-times involvement of children in family law matters creates an emotional factor not often […]

Denise Gabel

Get to know Denise Gabel: Marler Law Partners’ new Family Law Attorney

by Mat Camp • November 20, 2021

Denise Gabel sits down and answers questions about why she loves the work she’s doing, her food and entertainment recommendations, and gives us other fun facts about your favorite family law attorney. What made you want to pursue a career in law? It sounded like the best way to take the skills I have and […]


Wishing Our Clients a Wonderful Holiday Season and a 2022 Filled with Peace and Joy

by Mat Camp • November 17, 2021

Without a doubt, 2020 and 2021 have been tumultuous, tragic, and historic years. It is safe to say nearly everyone has been touched by the pandemic and/or the social, economic, and political shock waves associated with it. So we believe it is especially important for our firm to take a moment to thank each of […]


Holidays Bring Joy – and Stress: These Five Tips Can Help

by Mat Camp • October 26, 2021

With shopping, hosting events, juggling the needs of work, children and more, it’s no surprise that the holiday season brings more than its share of stress in addition to the joys of the holidays. That’s in part because holidays often bring together family members who rarely see one another and when they do, don’t often […]

Custody Modification

School & Office Re-Openings Can Mean It’s Time To Consider A Custody Modification

by Mat Camp • September 30, 2021

As many schools re-open and offices and other businesses begin bringing employees back onsite, custody arrangements for divorced parents may need a second look. Fortunately, existing custody plans can be modified and re-established by family courts. However, successfully seeking a court-ordered modification to an existing plan that had worked for a period of time does […]

Workers' Compensation

Key Things All Employees Should Understand About Workers’ Compensation

by Mat Camp • September 30, 2021

Most people in workplaces of all types – especially those requiring various types of physical labor – have heard of Workers’ Compensation. Many may know someone who was hurt while working and received compensation through a Workers’ Compensation program. Few people know much more about these programs and how they work. But Workers’ Compensation is […]

Wrongful Death

Should You Hire a Wrongful Death Attorney?

by Mat Camp • August 31, 2021

No one wants to contemplate the death of a loved one, and for good reason. The sense of loss can be unbearable and the death of a spouse, family member, friend or co-worker can be one of the most traumatic and stressful events any of us will face. It’s a blur of emotion, questions and […]

company vehicle accident

Who is Liable in a Company Vehicle Accident?

by Mat Camp • August 31, 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic has had wide-ranging effects on nearly every aspect of life in the U.S. One of those effects is that since the pandemic began nearly a year and half ago, businesses of all types have gone to remote work arrangements, reduced hours of operations or closed entirely. Of course, more businesses are now […]