Divorce can be stressful and traumatic. Trust our experienced team to handle your divorce case with care.
What can I expect going through a Dissolution of Marriage?
In divorce cases, a range of simple and complex issues typically surface. Divorce cases may include:
- Marital estates
- Spousal support
- Property distribution
- Post-divorce disputes
- Child custody and support
- Modification of orders and appeals
If these issues come up during your divorce case, it is important to have a fully prepared legal team on your side. When you work with our experienced divorce lawyers, our team will take the time to explain everything to you while helping you make the best legal choices. Let us ensure you know exactly what to expect throughout the divorce process. We represent clients from Petition to Judgment, but we also represent client’s who are in the middle of the process. It can be overwhelming and confusing representing yourself, so let us help make the process less confusing.
We are committed to representing every client with integrity, dedication, and with the understanding that you are trusting us to resolve your divorce or family law matter as if you were a member of our family. We understand California Law and keep up to date on recent trends in Family Law, so we can breakdown complex legal issues into terms a client can better understand.
My Dissolution is finalized, but I want to change an Order- what do I do?
This is common. The Dissolution is finalized, and you are a single person again. You made it through the process but want an Order changed. For example, maybe you lost your job and can no longer pay Spousal Support. Or you want more parenting time with your children. Common issues that can be dealt with post-Dissolution.
Seeking legal advice is a good start if you find yourself in this situation. We get to know clients on a personal level. Each client is unique. They have a unique story and situation. Getting to know a client is the first step to better assess the needs. We also can weigh the “pros” and “cons” with a client if going back to Court verses not going back to Court.
What can we do to help you?
As litigation and Trial Attorneys, Court is normal for us. Most of our caseload is litigation, so we are familiar with the rules of Court, documents and deadlines, Evidence Code, and Family Code. We are available to prepare the necessary documents to get your matter into Court, then see the matter through the Court hearings that may be necessary. We are not afraid of complex legal issues and have the ability to access the most up-to-date legal research and cases.