If you are going through a divorce or are considering initiating the process, then you've probably got a lot on your mind. You might worry about your financial future, your emotional well-being, and the effect marriage dissolution may have on your children. These are all legitimate concerns. However, if you are able to navigate the divorce process successfully, meaning that you protect your rights, obtain that to which you are entitled, and end the marriage in a legally sound way, then you can obtain the new start in life that you, and perhaps your children, need and deserve.
Successfully getting through divorce can be a challenge, though, as there are a number of legal issues that need to be addressed, and heated emotions can complicate negotiations. Additionally, as we discussed a few weeks ago with regard to spousal support, some of these legal issues can linger well after marriage dissolution is complete. In order to help them maintain a clear vision for their future and ensure that their best interests are protected, many Californians turn to experienced legal professionals for advocacy.
The Law Office Of Cecil & Cianci PC aggressively works on behalf of its clients to ensure that they receive the individually tailored legal representation they need to give themselves the best possible chance of a successful outcome. We help our clients identify their legal options and decide on a legal course of action that seeks to address property division, child custody, child support, alimony, and other family law issues in a way that is aggressive and fair to them.
No law firm, including our own, can guarantee any particular outcome in a given case, but we do take pride in our record of helping Californians start their post-divorce lives on firm financial footing. Whether a case settles through negotiation or is finalized through litigation, we diligently prepare every case as if it were our own. After all, we want our clients to achieve the bright future that they and their children deserve after going through something as difficult as divorce.