When your children, your finances and your future are involved, it is important to talk with an experienced family law attorney to protect your interests throughout the process.
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30 YEARS OF LEGAL EXPERTISE FAMILY LAW IN SAN DIEGO
Going through a divorce and not knowing anything about family law, can be an emotionally and legally difficult process. I know that many people are nervous or reluctant to talk to a family or divorce lawyer and I am here to help and make your experience with us as painless as possible. I will represent you in front of the court while striving to keep your legal costs down and minimizing your stress.
I guarantee to protect your rights with complete confidentiality while providing honest, professional and zealous representation. Your calls will be returned, and we WILL treat you with the respect you deserve.
EVERY FAMILY LAW CASE IS UNIQUE
I understands that every case has its own unique challenges. Whatever your particular circumstance involves, I have the knowledge and experience to get you the best outcome possible.
The best San Diego divorce attorney can assist you with both contested and uncontested divorce proceedings, fight for your rights and negotiate the best available spouse & child support terms. I also protect my client’s assets when drawing up wills & living trusts, as well as their safety if they are victim of domestic violence.
California courts decide child custody matters under a “best interest of the child” standard. There is a legal presumption that “frequent and continuing contact” with both parents is in a child’s best interest… Learn more
California law bases child support on a statutory formula which judges access through the “Dissomaster” computer program. This statutory formula primarily uses parental income and parental timeshare with the child to determine child support… Learn more
California is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that either partner can ask for a divorce without having to prove any wrongdoing by the other partner. During a divorce, the Court will make orders dividing marital property… Learn more
Part of the court’s responsibility in any divorce is to divide marital assets and marital debts. California is a community property state, which means that, with some important exceptions, assets and debts acquired during the marriage are community property… Learn more
California law awards both temporary and permanent spousal support, or alimony, for the lower earning spouse. Temporary spousal support is awarded while the divorce is going on and is based on a statutory formula calculated through the “Dissomaster” program… Learn more