Family Law Attorney in Roseville
Do I need a Roseville divorce lawyer?
If you are facing divorce or another family law matter, then you may greatly benefit from the legal assistance of a skilled representative from the Law Offices of Frank F. Ali. We are dedicated to excellent representation, information, and education for our clients. We strive to help you make a competent decision regarding the future and then we stand by you throughout the duration of your case. We can assist you with any of the following family law matters:
Through an annulment a marriage or domestic partnership can be declared invalid. There are certain criteria that must be present in order for an annulment to be an option.
Child custody can be one of the most highly contested issues in divorce, and it is important that you have skilled representation that can help fight for your rights. Ultimately, the judge will make a decision regarding this issue based on the needs and best interest of the child.
If you are not granted custody of your child, then you may be required to make payments to the custodial parent in order to supplement his / her income in order to financially provide for your child.
If you or your spouse disagree that there are grounds for divorce, or if you are unable to come to an agreement regarding the terms of divorce, then this is said to be a contested divorce situation. We can assist by aggressively defending your case in court.
Division of Assets & Debts
Property division can be a very difficult process, and if you have significant net worth, then you may want to protect your assets. If you own a business and it generates significant income, or if your spouse has incurred significant debt during your marriage, then you may want legal assistance to fight for your rights.
Dissolution of marriage can be a long and difficult process. Without skilled representation, you could be left with highly undesirable circumstances for your future after the divorce is finalized. We can help you fight for your rights in court.
Pursuing an uncontested divorce situation can be difficult; however, if you and your spouse are able to agree on the various terms of your divorce, then you may be able to expedite the process through mediation.
Being the victim of domestic violence can be a very difficult experience. If you have been abused by your ex-spouse, then you may be able to obtain sole custody of your child or even relocation for your family.
As a grandparent that is looking to have access to their grandchildren, there may be a way to gain legal rights from the court. This can vary depending on the situation, such as if one of the parents will support the request and if there is a bond that already exists.
If you have a high net worth, then you need to make the necessary preparations in the case of divorce. A prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement may help you to protect your assets in the case of divorce.
If you wish to spend some time away from your spouse, then legal separation may provide the solution and space that you need. This will allow for separation to evaluate your relationship before you decide if you want to go through the divorce process.
Mothers' Rights vs. Fathers' Rights
As the biological parent of your children, you have various rights to visitation, custody, and other elements. It is important that you fight for these rights and that you work to provide for you and your child's future.
If you are suffering from rejection by your child due to the retaliatory actions of your ex-spouse, then you may be able to fight for custody of or visitation with your child so that a healthy relationship is developed and maintained between you and your child.
Establishing the biological father of a child may be needed in many cases. Doing this can be useful in a number of ways and it can relate to child support, child custody and other areas.
After a divorce is over and the decisions have been made regarding issues of child custody, spousal support and more, a modification may be necessary to make a change later down the line when the previous terms do not meet the current needs of those involved. Modifications are granted by the court when they find there is a significant change in circumstances.
Enforcement of Court Orders
An enforcement can be sought from the court when an order from them is being ignored by the opposing party. This is seen in many situations of a divorced couple in which one of the two parents is required to pay child support and disagrees with this situation. These matters should be addressed legally and can be challenging to fully resolve alone.
Dividing assets and liabilities can be one of the most highly contested issues in divorce. It is important that you make the necessary preparations to aggressively fight for your rights, your property, and your desires in your case.
Divorce can be a difficult process, and depending on a number of circumstances in your marriage, you may be unable to obtain work after the divorce. This can leave you in a difficult spot financially; you may be able to collect support payments until you can provide for yourself.
When both spouses are able to agree on the various terms of divorce, then this is said to be an uncontested divorce. This option is generally preferred as the facets can be agreed upon, compromises can be made, and a favorable outcome can be pursued more quickly than a contested divorce.
If you are not granted custody, then you may be able to obtain visitation rights so that you have parenting time and can work to develop and maintain a relationship with your child. It is important that you fight for this right.
Defending Your Rights in Divorce
If you are facing divorce, then you need legal assistance on your side to pursue a favorable outcome in your case. We have been representing the residents of Roseville, CA since 2005 and we have a long history of success in the cases that we have handled. If you are facing a family law matter, then we can assist through the process of obtaining a modification. We are dedicated to skillful representation for our clients. Contact our firm to discuss your situation and to learn more about how we can help you.