Assisting Clients Who Have Just Been Served With Divorce Papers
There are few things more emotionally challenging than being served with divorce papers, especially when you are not expecting it. You may also be frightened at the prospect of losing custody of your children or making ends meet on your own. These are all legitimate concerns.
If you have been served divorce papers in Orange County, California, it is essential to take action quickly because you typically have a period of just 30 days to respond. Failure to act in a timely manner can compromise your legal rights. Having a skilled family lawyer available to answer all of your questions, offer legal advice and help you ensure the best possible resolution to your divorce case is essential.
What Should Be Included in a Marital Agreement?
When a marriage ends, California law will determine how your marital property and assets are divided. State law will also determine if one party will receive any spousal support, also known as alimony. This means that if the former couple is going through a divorce, the state can unfairly distribute your marital property. This process can be prevented by working with an experienced family law attorney to draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.
With prenuptial or postnuptial agreements in place, the lengthy and complicated divorce process can be avoided. At Sarieh Law Offices, it is our job is to make sure that our clients are financially secure in the event that their marriage is ending. We will aggressively fight on your behalf and work towards an agreement that has your best interests in mind.
What is Included in Family Law?
Family law can encompass a broad range of legal services that typically involve family relationships such as marriage and children. At Sarieh Law Offices, we offer a variety of family law services to clients in Orange County and the surrounding areas, including divorce, child custody, child support, move-aways, division of assets, parentage, spousal support, and much more.
Due to the sensitive nature of family law cases, it is always advised to have a trusted legal professional on your side. This means you need a family lawyer who is not only compassionate to your needs but will also aggressively fight for the best interests of you and your children. As a Certified Family Law Specialist, Attorney Wail Sarieh is the family lawyer you need. He will always work towards legal solutions that are best suited to the specific desires of you and your family.
What is the Most Common Reason for Divorce?
Every year in the state of California, thousands of couples are making the decision to end their marriage. While every couple has unique issues and problems that can lead to this decision, there are few reasons that are quite common among most spouses who choose to divorce. One of the most common reasons for ending a marriage is poor communication in the relationship, especially when there is only one-way communication or a partner that is not being heard. This can also include when one partner is hiding something from the other.
Another common reason for divorce is a lack of trust among both spouses. A strong marriage has to built on trust. Even if trust decreases over time, it can cause serious issues in the relationship. Being deceitful about finances, what one spouse is doing when they are not home, and infidelity are all issues that can affect negatively affect trust and cause a couple to divorce.
Going the Distance for Our Clients & Their Families
As some of the region’s most well-regarded divorce attorneys, our goal is to help you to resolve all of the outstanding issues surrounding your divorce so you can move into the next season of your life with hope and optimism.
Our Santa Ana family law offices are easily accessible to clients since we are located in the Floral Park district of Santa Ana in Orange County near Bowers Museum and Rancho Santiago Community College District, approximately 8 miles from John Wayne Airport (SNA). To see what our clients have to say, read Sarieh Law Offices’ Google Plus reviews.
Contact Sarieh Law Offices for a free and confidential case evaluation session so we can learn more about your legal needs. Call 714-694-7723.