Navigate the Divorce Process
Understanding Your Divorce Case
If you are in the midst of a divorce or legal separation, you are likely experiencing uncertainty about the future and the impact your divorce will have on your family relationships. Divorce and legal separation can also create disagreements over the division of property, custody of children, and the amount of child support or spousal support that will be required. These issues can be extremely difficult to navigate during the emotionally-charged process of divorce. Having the support, advocacy, and counsel of a trusted legal professional will never be more important than during this sensitive and personal legal matter.
At TRABOLSI | LEVY | GABBARD LLP, our experienced attorneys are here to walk you through the divorce process. We provide responsive legal services tailored to your needs, communicating with you using a personalized approach to help you understand your rights and options. Backed by 100 years of combined legal experience—and the leadership of three Family Law Specialists certified by the California Board of Legal Specialization—our premier law firm brings legal excellence and superior service to everyone we represent in divorce cases and its attendant issues.
Are you contemplating a divorce? Schedule a free, initial consultation with one of our lawyers at (310) 455-8364 or contact us online.
Divorce Cases We Handle
Our clients include men and women with simple to complex estates who we represented in cases such as high net-worth divorces and matters involving family businesses and professional practices. We serve our clients’ best interests in mediation proceedings and other alternate dispute resolution methods. When negotiations appear futile, we are prepared to zealously advocate for your rights.
TRABOLSI | LEVY | GABBARD LLP handles all types of legal issues related to divorce in California, such as:
- Uncontested divorce
- Contested divorce
- Legal separation
We dedicate our efforts to help you settle your divorce without protracted and stressful litigation. However, in cases where it becomes necessary, our attorneys are highly-experienced trial attorneys who will aggressively protect you and your family’s rights.
In every divorce, you and your spouse will have to decide on how to divide marital property, assets, and debts. If you and your spouse care for a minor child, you will also face issues concerning child custody, visitation, child support, and spousal support. If you have a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement, some of these issues may be subject to its terms. If you and your spouse can agree on all the issues relating to your divorce, you can take advantage of the uncontested divorce process.
Contested divorces involve couples who cannot agree on the pertinent legal issues at hand and must find a way to reach a mutually satisfactory arrangement—otherwise, a judge will have to intervene and decide for you. In California, if you and your spouse cannot agree on the issues of your divorce, you may have to go to mediation. Our firm includes volunteer mediators for the Los Angeles Superior Court, who have extensive experience in helping divorcees find a mutual compromise.
For various reasons, some clients prefer marriage separation instead of divorce. In the state of California, a married couple may enter into a separation agreement governing the rights and responsibilities of each party during the period of separation. We can develop legal separation agreements to help protect your interests while saving you time and money.
Grounds for Divorce in California
Like other states, California recognizes no-fault divorce based on the irremediable breakdown of the marital relationship. The only other divorce option in the state involves grounds of incurable insanity.
California also provides for summary dissolution, which is a streamlined divorce process for qualifying cases.
Qualifications for summary dissolution include:
- Marriages lasting no longer than five years
- No minor children
- No real estate
- Foregoing spousal support
- Specific financial restrictions as to property and debts
Talk to a Highly-Qualified Divorce Attorney
Fully understanding the consequences of all your decisions concerning your divorce issues is key to moving forward with less stress and other emotional concerns. Our firm has an outstanding track record for successfully delivering legal counsel and representation for all types of divorce cases in the greater Los Angeles area.
Call us at (310) 455-8364 for legal assistance as soon as possible.