Divorce is seldom a familiar process to the average couple. Each split is unique to a couple's circumstances. Determinants can be the length of an existing marriage, who desires the divorce, whether children are involved and many other factors.
When people hear stories of domestic violence in Los Angeles, their thoughts are often immediately turned to women who have been the victims of some type of violent assault by their significant other. However, what many people do not realize is that men and members of the LGBTQ community are also subject to the damaging consequences of domestic violence by their partners. Recognizing that domestic violence can affect anyone regardless of their race, background, beliefs or sexual orientation is critical in making sure that all victims get the appropriate help they need.
As a parent who frequently travels for work, you have probably always done your best to spend quality time with your child whenever you are home. Now that you and your spouse are divorcing, you may worry that because your spouse has always been there for your child, he or she will have a better chance of getting custody.
Separating your life from that of your spouse is difficult when there are few assets, and the split is equitable. If children and a California business are involved, the proceedings can become complicated. The experienced team at Trabolsi & Levy, LLP address the unique concerns of high net worth clients and their spouses to ensure they receive fair representation.