Covina Divorce Attorney
Full-Service Family Law Firm in Covina, CA – (626) 788-9864
From earth-scorching representation to friendly mediation, we have you covered. Has your spouse threatened you to take your children or “take you for everything you have”? You need an experienced Covina family law attorney to fight for your rights as a parent, to maintain frequent and continuing contact with your children, and to ensure you are not unfairly taken advantage of by your spouse or their attorney.
At The Law Office of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C., we bring over 15 years of family law experience to bear on your case and veteran attorney Paul Eads stays on top of the ever changing new cases in family law that can have a drastic impact on the outcome of your case. Don’t leave your fate to a rookie attorney or someone that does not exclusively practice family law, contact the best today.
On the other hand, if your spouse or former significant other wants to sit down and hammer out a fair and equitable agreement, we can assist you in drafting a marriage settlement agreement or child custody agreement that both fits your needs. You can proceed with an uncontested divorce, which will save you significant money.
Attorney Paul A. Eads has provided families with trusted legal advocacy for more than 15 years! Call today to discuss your case with him: (626) 788-9864.
This book, written By Paul A. Eads, helps readers know how to prepare before they initiate a legal endeavor and helps make the legal terms of family law issues easier to understand.
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Why Hire a Covina Family Law Attorney?
Many Covina attorneys do not exclusively practice family law. In fact, many of them also practice criminal law, personal injury law, or immigration law in addition to family law. The law is constantly changing as new family cases occur and as the legislature continues to modify statutes.
No attorney can keep up with providing service for multiple practice areas. At The Law Office of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C., our entire practice is dedicated to the practice of family law with over 15 years of experience.
If you are considering filing for a divorce or paternity to establish custody rights for your children, contact veteran family law attorney, Paul Eads today. At The Law Offices of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C., you can get the trusted, effective legal representation you need and deserve.
Even before filing your case, every action you take can potentially effect the outcome. Get a free initial with a Covina family law attorney today to discover your legal options with a trusted, dedicated legal advocate.
Call (626) 788-9864 or contact us online today to request and schedule your FREE case review.
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Have a Question?Explore Our FAQ
How can I get custody of my children?
The court looks at child custody from the viewpoint of the best interests of the children. Generally, they want the both parents to be involved in the raising of their children. If one parent believes that they would best serve the children by having primary custody, establishing the reasons why to the court is extremely important. If there are any matters such as abuse, domestic violence, alcohol, drug use or illegal activities that could endanger the children, these matters must be brought to the attention of the court, with evidence that cannot easily be disputed. If you want to have primary custody of your child or children, we believe we can offer you the legal representation that will serve you best.
What if my visitation rights are not being respected?
There are cases in which one parent makes it hard to actually get access to the children in court ordered visitation times. These matters should be handled by my law firm, as the parent who is violating the court order could face legal repercussions if they continue to make it difficult for the visitation to take place. These cases often include a variety of reasons the other parent may offer: the child is sick, doesn't want to visit, has a school or sports event to attend among others. Don't let your parental rights be violated. Contact my firm for the help in getting the visitation with your children that you deserve.
What is joint custody?
In joint custody both parents share custody of the children. They spend some time at the home of each parent and children can be happy in this arrangement if it is established correctly and the agreements in place that will be adhered to.
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“Mr. Eads, you are a true master in your field.”- Peter K.
“Mr. Eads worked hard for me and I am confident he will do the same for you.”- K.Y.
“I was very pleased with the outcome of my case.”- Albert N.