Top San Jose Child Custody Lawyers - California

San Francisco Family Law Attorney Skilled Legal Representation for All California Families At the Schoenberg Family Law Group, P.C., we recognize that divorce and other family law matters are complex, sensitive issues that can have a lasting impact on individuals, families, finances and futures. To achieve the very best outcomes for our San Francisco family law clients we apply a comprehensive...

Daprile-Bell Family Law Offices is a boutique, specialized law firm that provides dedicated family law legal services to lead people and families through difficult situations. Representing clients throughout Santa Clara County, Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties, our legal team passionately assists with a range of complex matters, including divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support,...

At the Law Office of Stephen W. Penn and Associates in Morgan Hill, California, our primary focus is on family law. We know that for many people in Santa Clara and San Benito counties, a divorce or another family law matter may be their first and only experience with the judicial system. From our two convenient offices in Morgan Hill and Hollister, our attorneys therefore stand ready and able to...

Filing for divorce or legal separation in San Jose, California, may be overwhelming. At the law office of Hoover Krepelka, we work with clients who face family law issues involving child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, domestic violence, property division, settlement modification, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements and grandparents' rights. We understand the...

Going through a divorce, custody battle or restraining order proceeding can be devastating. Having an experienced attorney to counsel you through all stages of your case can be critical to achieving the results that you want. Contact me, David Mar, for assistance with all your family law needs. I'm a licensed attorney and look forward to helping you resolve your case. My office is conveniently...

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