- Divorce Settlement
- Spousal Support
- Attorney’s Fees
- Business Valuation
- Child Support
- Child Custody
- Domestic Violence
- Divorce Planning
- Legal Costs
- Modifications Of Orders
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Move-Away Situations
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Paternity Actions
- Visitation Rights
- Post-nuptial Agreements
- Property Division
- Hidden Assets
- Stock Options
- Restraining Orders
Before You Decide What to Do or Hire an Attorney for Your Divorce or Family Law Matter
Divorce is difficult. It is a time when you feel that your world has turned upside down. You are going through an emotional period that you are unable to make sense of, while there are still all these legal issues that need to be dealt with.
At Moshtael Family Law we know exactly how it can feel when you are all alone trying to find your way through this difficult journey. We have closely worked with a countless number of people going through divorce and we have seen them suffer when they lack community support. Therefore, we have set up a new Divorce and Custody Support Group lead by Senior Divorce Attorney Mr. Navid Moshtael.
This Divorce and Custody Support Group allows Mr Moshtael and his team of experienced attorneys to engage with divorced or divorcing people at a personal level, unlike a formal interview in my office. While an official consultation creates an attorney-client relationship, the meetings at this support group are more informal and relaxed.
No matter whether you were married for three months or thirty years, it is important to know all your rights in the process of a divorce. We will address all those issues and more via this support group.
The Split of Property
In case of a divorce settlement, the ideal situation is for the parties to divide their assets and debts by themselves. If for some reason they are unable to do that, the court determines a split by using net value of the marital property and all divisible property. There are many factors which play a role in this situation. We will discuss all these factors in our group.
Some divorces result in one of the parties having to pay spousal support to the other. This is known as alimony. Alimony can be decided between the two parties with the help of their lawyers. If they are unable to come to an agreement, the court makes the decision. The court also determines the time, amount, and method of payment. We will educate you and address your questions and concerns in this vital area.
Custody of Children
If there is an issue of the custody of a child, the court will carry out the proceedings in such a way that will minimize emotional trauma for the child. Factors like domestic violence and the safety of the child will be considered in the matter.
The ideal situation during a divorce proceeding where children are involved is that both parties should cooperate and communicate with each other. However, custody arrangements often end in disappointment for one of the parties. In this support group, our endeavor will be to help ensure that you are not that unfortunate party.
Disobeying the Custody Agreement
One of the thorny issues in many child custody matters is interference. This happens when either parent disobeys the schedule of visitation, fails to receive the child in time, or goes against the child custody agreement.
In Case of Relocation
In the case either parent has to relocate, he or she must sign a relocation agreement. If it results in a dispute, the court will step in to decide on the issue.
The Divorce and Custody Support Group
We know you need options and solutions while going through such a trying time. We will help you navigate through all the important laws regarding alimony, child support, and split of property. We are here to answer any question that you might have.
In this Divorce and Custody Support Group we will also talk about:
- The amount of time that divorce takes
- The likely cost of your divorce
- What if your spouse throws you out of your house?
- How could the divorce affect your business?
- Whether you have to pay your spouses’ legal fee?
- Custody of the Child
- Whether you will have to pay alimony?
- About child support payments
This is a group to guide you and help you to protect your rights and safeguard your best interests at every step of your divorce process. If you feel you are alone in this difficult journey, you just have to join us!
We hold a support group monthly. If you are interested in joining our next session please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the date, time and address.