Pomona is the seventh largest city in Los Angeles, California and is perhaps most famous for the annual L.A. County Fair which it holds at the Fairplex. Since Phillips Ranch was built in the 1980s, the city has experienced a surge of new homes being built in the hills between downtown and Diamond Bar. People come to Pomona from all over to attend college at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly) and the Western University of Health Sciences. Many who move to the area to pursue a higher education wind up settling down here and starting a family. Unfortunately, approximately half of first marriages end in divorce, and this means that even once happy Pomona couples are deciding to go their separate ways as they grow apart.
Are you contemplating getting a divorce in Pomona or has your spouse already served you divorce papers? If you answered yes to either question then I suggest you contact me at my firm, The Law Offices of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C. right away. Divorce is a complex process that often involves developing a parenting plan where you create a child custody and visitation schedule with your spouse, it involves asset division under the laws of community property, and it involves determining whether or not spousal support will be needed. Since there is a lot of paperwork involved and since you have a lot to lose if things go sideways unexpectedly, the sooner I get involved, the better your chances of getting want you want out of the divorce.
I prefer to inform my clients of their rights and responsibilities under California law, as well as what to expect in the upcoming months and years. By taking the mystery out of the process, you can gain confidence and understanding and be less worried about the outcome of your divorce. As a divorced father of three sons, I know where you are coming from because I have been there. Divorce isn't easy no matter how well you and your spouse get along, and it can be especially difficult if you have children or a significant amount of assets together. No matter how well you get along with your spouse, divorce is infamous for being unpredictable and things can change courses when you least expect it.
For some of my clients getting a divorce is not the most favorable solution. Sometimes due to religious or moral beliefs or even financial reasons, it makes more sense to get a legal separation. Legal separation is a powerful legal tool that enables one to enjoy the benefits of being married and divorced at the same time. If you prefer to become legally separated, I can help you resolve matters regarding child support, child custody and visitation, spousal support and asset division, all of which need to be addressed accordingly.
I have clients that are victims of domestic violence, such violence may be physical, emotional, financial or sexual. It can involve spousal abuse, child abuse, or both. These are extremely sensitive situations and I can help victims of domestic abuse seek out domestic violence restraining orders, otherwise known as orders of protection. Since these are delicate situations, it's important that we act quickly but also follow the proper protocol in order to protect your parental rights in the subsequent divorce proceedings.
Are you looking to establish paternity? Once paternity is established, it enables a father to enjoy the joys, responsibilities and rights of fatherhood. Such rights and duties include the right to see his children and the responsibility to pay child support and possibly medical expenses. I also assist clients with grandparents' rights, and I assist custodial parents and noncustodial parents with relocations.
As a father who advocates on behalf of fathers' rights, I also protect mothers and their mothers' rights. Regardless of my clients' circumstances, I am here to be their greatest advocate from the beginning to the end. If you are having difficulty getting your spouse to comply with a court order, I help with the enforcement of court orders, and I can also assist clients with child support & custody modifications. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, it's absolutely critical that you hire your own Pomona divorce lawyer to guide you through the divorce process. Your spouse's attorney has been hired to protect your spouse and your spouse's best interests, and there's only. Don't you deserve to have someone fighting in your corner, making sure you are treated fairly under California's divorce laws? For honest and forthright advice, and to find out what you should do here and now to protect yourself, contact me at the Law Offices of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C. today!