Family Lawyers in Auburn, CA

6 offers of Family Legal Services are found

Family Lawyer
Roseville California Divorce and Estate Planning Attorney. When you have a lawyer in your corner who is both caring and skilled at negotiations, you know that your chances of success in your divorce or other family matter are greatly increased. When your lawyer truly listens to your goals, you know he or she will take the time to skillfully address

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Family Lawyer
I assist other attorneys in Workers compensation, Family law, BK 341 hearing, Criminal law and depositions. I handle mostly Sacramento, but I do travel to Stockton and the Bay area. I can help you with your conflicts and over loads My experience includes 10 jury trial with Sacramento Indigent Defense panel on criminal cases, several civil trial

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Family Lawyer
$999 FLAT FEE "FAMILY LAW" MATTER DIVORCE, LEGAL SEPARATION, NULLITY, PATERNITY ACTIONS, CHILD CUSTODY, CHILD SUPPORT, SPOUSAL SUPPORT, ETC... "FAMILY LAW" Whether your case is contested and goes to trial, or you and the other party are in agreement on everything, it is the same price. At Quality Law for Less we understand the economic ti

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California legal worker with 16 years experience including eight years in Housing related Law. Member Bar Association of San Francisco - Paralegal Section. Earned Paralegal Certificate at ABA certified program - San Francisco State University. Skilled and persistent seeking Documentation in both legal and administrative matters. Conduct resear

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Family Lawyer
Child custody and child support are often emotional and contentious issues in a divorce proceeding. If such matters are mishandled, the children can be the ones to pay the highest the price – an outcome that we are committed to avoid. It is always our goal to provide a stable home for children of parents who are pursuing a divorce, by effecting

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Child support and spousal support have features in common, but there are important distinctions. They have significantly different tax consequences for the parties, and they differ in the way the court approaches each type of support. As in spousal support, parents can agree on child support, but, in the absence of an agreement, the court makes

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