Comprehensive Family Law Services to Help You through Difficult Times
California is a “no-fault” divorce state. This means that the process is much like dissolving a contract, and you do not have to prove wrongdoing on either side to file for divorce. However, a divorce can be much more draining than any business transaction, especially a high-conflict divorce or a military divorce. Our attorneys understand the emotional upheavals that can accompany divorce. They will guide you through the process with sympathy and respect.
Rombro & Associates will always first try to settle your case through out-of-court negotiations. If your case goes to court, the judge will order a 50/50 division of all property, including real estate, business assets, and other holdings. We can handle your case to achieve an equitable division.
Child custody is often the most difficult part of a divorce. Even if you and your ex-spouse agree to joint custody, you may disagree over visitation rights. Our attorneys can help negotiate an agreement with compassion and sensitivity so that both parents, as well as grandparents, can play an active role in your child’s life.
In California, many factors are considered when calculating child support, including the number of children, how much each parent earns, and how much time each parent spends with the child. We can help parents create a plan that works for both of them and or help modify an existing plan.
Modifications & Enforcement
We can help you modify your divorce terms when life changes affect child support, child custody, or spousal support. If your ex is pressing for modifications that are not in your best interests or those of your child, or if your ex-spouse is not paying court-ordered support, we can help.
Domestic violence can occur between spouses, parents and children, boyfriend and girlfriend, or relatives. If you are the victim of domestic violence, we can protect you and your children's physical and emotional wellbeing. We can also help you if you are facing false allegations of child abuse.
If one spouse took care of the children or had to pass on opportunities for education in order to support the other, they may be able to receive spousal support. While not usually permanent, these payments can help them stay afloat as they pursue an education or higher-earning job.
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