Divorce, child custody, visitation rights, and spousal support are intensely emotional issues that can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. Consequently, when disputes arise in these contexts, they can sometimes be quite heated and adversarial. Even in cases where divorces and related custody and support issues are amicable between the involved parties, it often takes experienced family law attorney to ensure that all court documents are prepared and filed correctly.
At Furubotten Law, APC, we understand the stress that often accompanies family law matters and work hard to resolve our clients’ issues as favorably as possible. Our office is located in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and Riverside County, California. We also serve Long Beach, Manhattan Beach, Huntington Beach, and Temecula. Call us today at 714.795.3862 or contact us online today, for more information about how we could assist you with your family law and estate planning needs.
Types of Family Law Matters
Family law does not just involve divorce, as many people assume. There are many different issues that can arise – especially when the parties have significant marital property or children. We can help you prepare documents and resolve legal issues and disputes that arise in the following contexts:
- Child custody and visitation rights
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Marital property distribution
- Marital settlement agreements (including custody agreements)
- Domestic violence
Speak with a California Family Law Attorney Today
At Furubotten Law, APC, we provide solution-oriented advice and representation in every area of family law. While we are skilled litigators, we always try to find the most efficient resolution to a dispute and are qualified to represent you through mediation. To schedule a free initial legal consultation and case evaluation with an experienced California family law attorney, call us today at 714.795.3862 or contact us online, for more information about how we could assist you with your legal issue or dispute.