Experienced Placer County Divorce Lawyers

Serving Granite Bay, Sacramento & Surrounding Areas. Call (916) 634-0067 Today!

Deciding to move forward with a divorce is not only an emotionally complex decision to make for yourself and for your family, but it is also a legally binding one. Once a divorce proceeding begins, you and your spouse will need to make difficult decisions regarding your family, your children, your property, your assets, and everything else in between. Due to the highly sensitive issues as well as the high-stakes nature of these types of cases, it is not usually advised that you attempt to resolve the issues on your own.

  • Working with our divorce attorneys means you can expect the following:
  • Legal expertise from a Bar Certified Family Law Specialist and Certified Mediator
  • Assistance with preparing division of retirement (we are one of the few law firms that can do this)
  • Representation experienced in dealing with litigants with personality disorders like Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder
  • Legal counsel from an attorney who specializes in high conflict divorce and family law matters
  • Cost-conscious solutions and low-cost 30-minute initial divorce consultations
  • Over 25 years of combined legal experience in various levels of court and mediation

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California’s Divorce Laws:

What You Need to Know

California recognizes two forms of divorce: contested and uncontested. In its simplest definition, an uncontested divorce refers to a divorce where both parties agree and have come to mutual agreements regarding all aspects. This can include things like child visitation rights, property division arrangements, alimony, and other issues relating to the dissolved marriage.

A contested divorce, on the other hand, refers to a divorce proceeding where one or both divorcing parties are cannot come to a mutual agreement regarding the divorce and its related issues. Although the couple will have a chance to work things out by way of mediation or negotiation, the family court will most likely intervene and litigation will be needed to resolve the issues at hand. Once a resolution has been made, the court will order a final divorce decree.

Our Specialized Legal Knowledge Works to Your Advantage

We understand that a divorce can be incredibly tough on every member of the family. We are uniquely positioned to help you reach an outcome in the most amicable and cost-effective manner possible. Our firm is made up of a Bar Certified Family Law Specialist and a Certified Mediator, which means we possess the training and qualifications needed to help you through all types of matters.

Call us at (916) 634-0067 to take the first step in your case!