Divorce Attorneys in Southern California
Divorce: The Beginning of a New Chapter in Your Life
Divorce can be an emotional rollercoaster and one of the most difficult processes you can go through in life. It can also have a profound impact on your future for the next five, 10 and even 20 years. Because of this, it is very important to have legal counsel who can effectively protect your rights and see to it that the final divorce settlement is one you can live with.
We get it right.
At Holstrom, Sissung, Marks & Anderson, we understand both the impact that divorce can have, and how important it is for us to protect our clients’ rights and interests. Because of that, we are committed to aggressively representing people at every stage of the divorce process and to achieving each individual’s goals in a timely, cost-effective way.
Whether you are sure you want to end your marriage or not — our family law attorneys can explain your options, help you understand the process and prepare you for what lies ahead over the next several weeks and months. Call or contact us for a free phone consultation today.
Family law attorneys at our firm serve clients throughout the Southern California counties of Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino and have extensive experience with all types of divorce-related issues, including:
- Legal Separation
- Domestic Partnership Dissolution
- Mediation/Collaborative Divorce
- Child Support
- Spousal Support/Alimony
- High Asset Divorce
- Child Custody
- Domestic Violence
- Post-Decree Modifications
Can I afford to get a divorce? In this economy, many couples with irreconcilable differences are hearing that many people are choosing not to get divorced because they think they can’t afford it. One of the most difficult decisions is to end their marriage. Once you have made that decision, however, the reality is staying together based upon financial need is not a practical solution and will often lead to more serious problems. Our firm offers affordable divorce solutions and can even represent you at a single hearing or on one issue only.
Should I move out of the house? Maybe, maybe not. In some cases it can be a good idea to move out during the divorce. In others, not so much. Our lawyers can provide you with an objective perspective on the pros and cons.
Where and when do I file? Where and when you file your marriage dissolution petition is important. Talk to us about why and find out where you need to go.
For answers to other divorce or property division questions — call any one of our office locations directly or contact us online.
- Free Telephone Consultations/Major Credit Cards Accepted
- Corona Office: (951) 734-6371
- Orange Office: (714) 633-8258
- Riverside Office: (951) 274-9448
- San Bernardino Office: (909) 919-2041