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Navid Moshtael

Mr. Moshtael limits his practice to family law. Mr. Moshtael has acquired substantial experience handling all levels and types of family law matters. Mr. Moshtael also handles complex family law matters, working on high net worth marital estates.

Mr. Moshtael has obtained a great reputation in Court for aggressively representing the interests of his clients, navigating their cases expertly.

Mr. Moshtael’s goal is to identify client objectives, and help them achieve those objectives efficiently, thoroughly, and aggressively.

Mr. Moshtael currently accepts cases in Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties.

Attorney Navid Moshtael


Chapman University School of Law, Law JD – Juris Doctor 2005
University of Oregon, Political Science – Undergraduate 2001

Focus Areas

• Divorce and Family Law


Iranian American Bar Association, Member 2014 – Present
Orange County Bar Association, Family Law Section Member 2006 – Present
State Bar of California, Member 2006 – Present
Beverly Hills Bar Association, Family Law Section Member


Los Angeles Daily Journal Stepparent adoption & termination of parental rights: roadmap 2016
Los Angeles Daily Journal Pending Legislation in the Senate Seeks to Clarify the Meaning of “Date of Separation” 2016
Los Angeles Daily Journal Controlling Behavior is Now Sufficient for Issuance of Domestic Violence Restraining Orders 2016
Los Angeles Daily Journal Tax opinion may effect support deductions 2016
Los Angeles Daily Journal Grandparents Visitation: A recent California case expands grandparent visitations rights 2016
Los Angeles Daily Journal Modification of spousal support: taking party expectations into account 2014
Los Angeles Daily Journal Want to pay your ex’s attorney’s fees? Ignore discovery requests 2013
Los Angeles Daily Journal When is a premarital agreement unconscionable? 2012
Los Angeles Daily Journal Be wary of using boiler plate provisions 2012
Los Angeles Daily Journal Good concept, bad outcome 2011
Los Angeles Daily Journal Did you advise your client to change his or her beneficiary designation after the divorce?

Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, Riverside County

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