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Family Law Attorneys in Los Angeles

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Here at The Law Help Center, our Los Angeles family lawyers provide a wide variety of services to help you overcome any family matter you are facing. Serving clients with compassion and respect, we are prepared to put our experience to work for you and obtain a solution that meets your needs. Read on to learn more about the many family law services we offer.

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  • We are professional, driven, and offer effective representation.
  • We are real lawyers here to represent your needs and achieve your goals.
  • We strive for the best possible results because we put your needs first.
  • We have a proven track record of successful case outcomes.

Schedule an affordable initial consultation with our team by contacting our Los Angeles family law attorneys online or calling (213) 810-5559.

Child Custody & Visitation

Child custody is a perhaps the most difficult issue in California family law. When two parents of a minor child have separated, one of the other most difficult parts of the separation is determining how often the minor child will spend time with each parent. While creating a child visitation schedule can be stressful, it doesn’t have to be that way if the parents are civil, cooperative, and focused on ensuring the best interests of the minor child.

Child Support

Child support is the financial support provided by one parent to the other parent to aid in the cost of raising and supporting the minor child. This money is often used to pay for a portion of the necessary expenses of the child, which include housing, food, school, and other necessaries.

Divorce

In California, divorce can be the most complicated, stressful and emotionally overwhelming experience in a person’s life. However, depending on the circumstances, there are a number of options available that can minimize the complications of divorce. Our team represents both heterosexual and same-sex couples in divorces.

Domestic Violence & Restraining Orders

You can request a domestic violence restraining order if someone has abused or threatened to abuse you and you have a close familial or intimate relationship with them.

Establishing Paternity

For the family court to issue orders on child custody, visitation, or child support, parentage (or “paternity”) must be established. There are a couple ways that unmarried parents can establish paternity – The Law Help Center can help you determine the right avenue for your situation.

Legal Separation

Legal separation is one of the three ways parties to a marriage can elect to end their marriage in California. Legal separation may be used in a number of situations. For instance, if the parties have decided to end their marriage or domestic partnership with the possibility of reuniting in the future, a legal separation may be a good option.

Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Though they get a bad reputation, pre- and post-nuptial agreements are a great way to protect yourself and your property in the event that your marriage ends. We can help you draft a comprehensive agreement that meets you and your spouse’s needs.

Mediation

At The Law Help Center, we believe that mediation is often the most effective approach to a variety of family matters. As an out-of-court alternative to litigation, mediation can be more affordable and less stressful.

Spousal Support

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is the payment from one spouse to another during or after a divorce. These payments are meant to maintain the former spouse’s standard of living that he or she had during the marriage.

Spousal support laws seek to prevent a former spouse from suffering a decrease in their standard of living after going through a divorce.

Summary Dissolution of Marriage

Summary dissolution of marriage is a fairly simple method of terminating your marriage or domestic partnership if you and your spouse do not have children and do not own substantial property.

Reach out to our family lawyers in Los Angeles today! Contact The Law Help Center at (213) 810-5559.

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