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Divorce and Family Law Attorney in Irvine, California

If you are considering divorce then you will greatly benefit from the legal assistance of a representative from our firm. As there are many difficult issues that must be resolved in a divorce case, our firm will be able to assist you through this process and make sure that you are well informed of the decisions and compromises, if any, that you are making. We will be able to answer your questions regarding your case, discuss your available options with you, advise you of the best legal action for you to take and provide you with aggressive representation of your case in court if you choose to work with us.

There are essentially two different kinds of divorce scenario, contested divorce and uncontested divorce or collaborative divorce. In an uncontested divorce scenario the parties will be able to negotiate the terms of their divorce through the peaceful dispute resolution of mediation. Our firm will be able to help you through this process by making sure that you are informed of the terms you are proposing and agreeing to and what any ramifications will be for compromises that you make.

In a contested divorce scenario, the couple is generally unable to agree on certain terms of divorce and neither is willing to accept compromises that are offered. In this scenario your divorce may be taken to trial where a judge will hear your argument as well as your spouse's and make a decision that he/she deems best for the various issues to be resolved. If there are children involved then the decisions will be made in order to provide the best possible situation for the children that will be affected by this divorce and any issues that must be resolved.

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Some of the various issues to be resolved in a divorce case include child custody, child support, visitation rights if one parent is not given custody rights, division of assets in a property settlement and other issues. If you have been through the divorce process already and you have been assigned child custody, visitation rights, support payments and other arrangements then our firm will be able to help you through the process of a petition for a modification. People's circumstances often change, for this reason modifications to support arrangements are often necessary. Whether you need more in support in order to compensate for the cost of provision, or if you need the payments reduced because you are having difficulty making the payments, our firm will be able to assist you.

Do not hesitate to contact our firm in order to obtain the assistance and legal representation that you will need in your case. We have the experience and skill that you will benefit from; we have been serving the residents of southern California for more than 30 combined years with a long history of success in the cases that we handle. Additionally, we have many satisfied clients whom we have represented in the past. Do not hesitate to speak with a representative from our firm today during a confidential case evaluation.

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