Which Path You Should Choose?

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Document Preparation

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Mediation

Let a neutral third party help you navigate the difficult conversations. Click here to learn more.

Litigation

When you need an advocate on your side, We offer aggressive legal representation to protect you rights. Click here to learn more.

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Practice Areas

Child Custody

We help create flexible and beneficial parenting plans to resolve any custody disagreements outside of court.

Child Support

Whether you are paying or receiving child support, we'll help you determine and establish the correct amount necessary to support your children.

Spousal Support

We can help you navigate the complex and evolving California laws on spousal support.

Property Division

For those who have significant assets or debts, it's critical to ensure you know your rights regarding property division

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