Corona Divorce Attorney
Lawyer Serving Chino, Corona, Eastvale, Norco, Riverside and South Corona
Divorce is never an easy decision to make, especially when there are children involved. To get the trusted and caring legal representation you need during this difficult time, contact a Corona divorce lawyer from Cho, Sheasby, Chung & Ignacio, LLP to assist you through the process. The skilled attorneys at our firm have helped numerous clients in all manner of
family law matters, including each of the following areas.
Family Law: Areas of Practice
Our firm is skilled in handling any type of divorce case. If you need representation and counsel in preparing
prenuptial agreements or
postnuptial agreements, a qualified member of our legal team could help you protect your assets in the event of a future separation or divorce. We could also aggressively defend what is yours in a dispute over
property division. You have every right to fight for what is yours, so retain an attorney from our firm today for the representation that you need.
Are there children involved in your divorce? We could help protect their future wellbeing. The most common family law case involving children is child custody, which determines which parent or parents (joint custody) have physical and/or legal custody of the children. Without such custody, you may not have a say in the protection and raising of your children, so get legal help right away. Our firm also fights for adequate
child support, and
spousal support. We are also capable of negotiating
modifications, and could help you present a strong case in court to petition or dispute
relocations or a custodial parent with your children. We understand all family law issues and have the compassion and determination to work with you in resolving these important matters.
Why hire a divorce attorney?
Divorce can be a complex matter that is best obtained with the help of a knowledgeable attorney who can help with any legal issues that may arise. Generally, there is much emotional tension among the parties involved, making it difficult to work out solutions that will benefit the entire family. With our help, you could work towards achieving your goals for the divorce as amicably as possible. We are aware that this isn't always probable, but believe that working together for the benefit of the children makes it easier to get through the divorce process. The family court also reviews divorce agreements with the children's best interests in mind, so having that worked out ahead of time will enable the process to go much more quickly. Also, should it be unlikely for matters to be resolved without legal recourse, we are strong and aggressive advocates who will pursue your goals through litigation when necessary.
Resolving Family Law Issues
The focus of Cho, Sheasby, Chung & Ignacio, LLP is to work closely with you on resolving important family matters. The issue of child custody and visitation is especially important to most parents in a divorce, and it takes a calm and decisive legal advocate to ensure you and your children's rights are protected. When it comes to spousal support and division of property, a thorough understanding of the laws in California regarding your rights will enable you to obtain all compensation and assets you may be entitled to. We also work with families in modifying their existing agreements if there has been a change due to income, a move or other relevant matters. For those wishing to establish an agreement to protect themselves in the future, we are skilled at preparing prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
With a seasoned attorney at your side and helping to resolve any and all family law matters that may arise, you could breathe easier knowing that you have sound legal representation to represent your best interests, even if you are forced to settle in court. While we can try to help you accomplish all of your goals for the divorce or child custody matter outside of a courtroom, we are excellent litigators that have years of preparation for this very day. When you need an advocate of the law on your side, turn to our firm.
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce: What's the difference?
When a married couple decides to separate, nullify their marriage, or simply, get a divorce, there are many different factors that both parties must take into consideration. With children involved, the legal complexity of the situation is extremely heightened. Matters relating to property division, child custody, child support, visitation rights, spousal support and any modifications must be completely settled before the divorce can be finalized. When a couple cannot agree on these matters, they are filing for contested divorce. When the two parties have most of these differences worked out and have agreed upon the terms of each, they will be filing for uncontested divorce. The type of divorce in which you file for can make all the difference financially. Filing contested means that you will require more extensive litigation and possibly have to bring your case to court.
Contact a Corona divorce lawyer today!
Here at our firm, we work with clients and families who are currently dealing with the emotional, financial and painful pressures of divorce and other family law matters. To learn more about how we can help you, take advantage of our free case evaluation today. Our firm has assisted dozens of clients throughout Corona and the surrounding communities with their family law issues and we are prepared to help your family as well. When facing divorce or other family law matter, contact a Corona divorce attorney to discuss your legal rights.
Our firm also services the areas of Chino, Chino Hills, Norco, Riverside, Corona, Eastvale and South Corona.