San Gabriel Family Law Lawyers
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San Gabriel Family Law Attorneys
It can often be challenging, not to mention emotionally draining, to deal with a family-related legal dispute without help. As such, when your family’s future is at stake, it is more important than ever to seek experienced legal guidance from an attorney you can trust ― one who will give your case the personalized attention it deserves.
At Rodriguez Law Group in San Gabriel, we recognize that no two family law cases are the same. No matter whether you need assistance with divorce or a child custody dispute ― or anything in between ― our compassionate attorneys will work tirelessly to help develop an individualized legal strategy aimed at accomplishing your unique goals. We understand how personal and important family-related legal matters can be, which is why we treat every case as if our own family is involved.
We provide our family law attorney representation throughout Southern California, including San Gabriel, West Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Westlake, Santa Barbara, and their surrounding areas.
Interested in how our family law attorneys can help you? Contact us: 626-888-5206.
Divorce, Child Custody And Everything Else
Our dedicated team of attorneys and legal professionals can handle all family law needs for people throughout the Southern California, including any of the following:
Filing for divorce is seldom a simple matter. In many cases, splitting couples will need to deal with complex issues of property division, as well as other related matters such as child custody, child support and alimony.
Child custody disputes
Issues of child custody, visitation and parenting rights can often lead to heated legal disputes. We can help regardless of whether you are unmarried and need help with a paternity action or, alternatively, are currently going through a divorce. We can even assist with child relocation as well as other interstate child custody issues.
We can help you enforce a child support order when your child’s other parent is not living up to his or her legal obligations.
There are two types of alimony payments under the law: interim periodic spousal support and final periodic spousal support. While interim support may be ordered while the divorce is pending, final support can be ordered after the divorce is completed. Typically, final periodic spousal support is available if the recipient spouse was not at fault for the divorce, the recipient spouse cannot support himself or herself and the other spouse has the ability to pay.