San Luis Obispo Divorce Lawyer
The Law Office of Morgan R. Holland has the Experience Your Family Needs
Choosing to file for divorce is no easy decision, regardless of your reasons
for doing so. Ending a marriage can lead to even more complex and
difficult decisions when children and
sizable assets are involved. This is why seeking legal representation from a skilled
Santa Maria divorce lawyer is so important.
Law Offices of R. Morgan Holland, L.C., our family law attorney has
helped thousands of clients resolve their divorce issues during our
30+ years of experience. We can be the calming and reliable voice of reason you need to get through this.
Take a look at what some of our
have to say about our divorce services.
How Can Our Divorce Firm Help You?
When guiding our clients through divorce proceedings,
our ultimate goal is to help them make smart and informed decisions for
themselves and their families. We strive to deliver customized strategies that are aligned with their
goals and specific circumstances.
Our San Luis Obispo divorce lawyers can assist you with the following divorce-related matters:
Some divorces can become quite contentious, especially when one or both
parties become uncooperative. Should this occur in your case, you can
be sure that we will relentlessly protect your rights and interests, inside
and outside of court. We will personally see that your petition is filed
in an appropriate and timely manner.
If you are not ready for divorce, consider a legal separation.
We can walk you through every step.
Types of Divorce Situations
Whether your divorce or dissolution is agreed to, or if you and your spouse
are no agreeing we can assist you with your matter. We offer a
free initial, consultation of your case up to 30 minutes in order to assist you in understanding your
rights at the outset so that you can decide what kind of situation you
are in, and we can help you decide the most cost-effective path for your case.
Agreed to Divorce
You may have a low conflict divorce where you both understand what needs
to be done and you come to complete agreement on the issues of the division
of your property and debt, custody and visitation of your children, and
whether and how much support will be paid. Where both parties will and
participate in signing the necessary documents, we will handle all of
the paperwork with the court so that you do not need to.
In the end, you will have a professionally drafted agreement that has the
benefit of our years of expertise and experience behind it that will become
the judgment of dissolution issued by the court. It will be complete with
all of the necessary and appropriate language so that you can rely upon
it in the future to mean what you intended it to mean in the event that
a disagreement ever arises in the future. After all, the last thing you
want is to find out that what you wrote up doesn't mean what you thought
it meant. In most cases, you have your matter completed within 30 days'
time that you both have signed the necessary paperwork.
(Mediation) Mediated Divorce
This is appropriate when you and your spouse have been able to maintain
a good working relationship, but one or both you are unsure what kind
of outcome is appropriate for your situation. Perhaps you need help understanding
your property rights and how things should be divided Perhaps the two
of you need guidance on how much support should be in your situation.
Our services can help you save the cost of paying two attorneys to negotiate
a settlement in your case. It boils down to the questions of whether both
parties are able to sit down together with the attorney as a neutral and
unbiased mediate and receive a frank and realistic evaluation. If
that is your situation, then this may be the right alternative for you.
A Judge's Decision
In real life, there are times where two people just do not agree. There
are also those cases where they do not communicate. In other cases, you
may have an emergency or urgent matter that the court needs to handle
right away. This could be child custody and/or protection, or a restraining
order. It may be the need to start receiving or paying support. Finally,
your spouse may be selling or hiding, giving away, and concealing your assets.
We are here to walk you through the necessary steps of getting the results
that you need. We will work with the other party, his or her lawyer, or
the Court so that you don't have to. We are knowledgeable of the Law
in California and familiar with the judges and court systems in this area.
You will be able to take advantage of our decades of experience and insight.
We will represent you in and out of the Courtroom to minimize discomfort
associated with the legal aspects of your divorce. We will provide you
sound and informed advice at each step that you can rely upon.
Call the Law Offices of R. Morgan Holland, L.C. - Free Case Review!
family law firm proudly offers 30-minute in-person case evaluations—at no charge—to
all of our clients, so they can have a better understanding of to expect
in the journey ahead. This consultation includes an approximate timeframe
and cost estimates.