We do not require a retainer. Fortunately, when the Pandemic hit us in March 2020, we had already been a paperless office for many years with two cloud based case management systems. However, the Pandemic propelled us to make many improvements to our client service protocols, retainer requirements, direct calendaring, electronic exchanges and remote systems being some examples. This has allowed our firm to concentrate more on client service and less on wasteful antiquated management systems. If you entrust us with your family law matter, you'll be in excellent hands.

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It's Time To Move On

Family Law Blog

Do I Still Pay Alimony If My Ex Gets Remarried?

In divorce cases, for decades, they often award alimony to a financially dependent spouse, particularly when the couple has been married for many years. A spouse who is receiving alimony remarried and may start living with someone else or experience and improve financial situation, oftentimes alimony is going to be reduced or eliminated. But you […]

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Know When You Should Reach Out To a Family Lawyer

Know When You Should Reach Out To a Family Lawyer Many families go through rough periods. Spouses may fight or disagree on the best ways to raise and parent their children. Grandparents or other family members may overstep and believe that a guardian should be placed over their children if they do not think the […]

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Personal Injury Claims for Catastrophic Injuries

Divorce Lawyer A catastrophic injury occurs when a person is permanently disabled or debilitated due to an accident. That person can no longer work and may lose daily function, which can impact them for the rest of their life. If you’ve suffered from an accident that has left you scarred for life, you may be […]

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Know your options when handling real estate in divorce

Divorce is the worst. While you might suffer from some of the emotional damage caused by dissolving your relationship with your spouse, you might be just as concerned, if not more so, about the financial implications. This is understandable given the fact that the property division process can shape your financial future for a long […]

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Small business owners have unique needs in a divorce

There are many small business owners in the Bay Area. Small business owners understand how hard it is to build and maintain a successful business. Often, they are hoping their business will continue to the next generation and for many years to come. But a divorce can complicate matters with a small business. The distribution […]

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Dividing assets in a California divorce: is it always 50/50?

Nine states, including California, follow community property law when it comes to dividing up property in a divorce. In other words, all marital property will be divided equitably between the spouses Many divorcing couples in California think that their divorce will be easy, because they assume that dividing property equitably means that everything is evenly […]

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