Supporting Your Children After Divorce
There are few areas of law more sensitive than child custody. By the time families reach the point of discussing custody in the course of a divorce, tensions are typically running high. Few people want to risk the relationship they have with their children, making the discussion of custody and child support ripe for emotional upheaval.
We at the Law Offices of Vincent B. Garcia & Associates have been helping families resolve disputes for over 35 years, and we understand how difficult a situation you now find yourself in. You have little choice but to address the problem, but the process may get ugly.
With over three decades of experience, attorney Vincent B. Garcia has a unique perspective on child custody cases and child support disputes, and he wants to put that perspective and experience to use for you. He can help you achieve the outcome you seek in your custody and child support negotiations, and may be able to help you resolve the situation without a protracted legal battle.
Pursuing The Best Outcome
No one wants a long, drawn-out custody battle. They are expensive and painful for both parties and should be avoided if they can be. Attorney Vincent B. Garcia will do everything he can to fight your case aggressively, or work out an amicable agreement between you and your spouse in all aspects of your divorce or paternity case. Even as emotions heat up, he will use his considerable skill and experience to keep the situation under control.
Unfortunately, since a peaceful solution is not always a likely outcome, attorney Vincent B. Garcia will aggressively take the situation into the courtroom. He is more than capable of litigating on your behalf.
Fighting For Your Needs In Spousal Support Cases
Another hotly contested area of divorce agreements concerns requests for spousal support, also known as alimony. Whether you’re the person making the request, or you are facing a request for spousal support, having a skilled divorce litigation attorney will increase your chances of finding an agreement you can work with after the divorce is final.
Judges in spousal support matters use a specific formula to allocate income in temporary (pre-divorce) spousal support requests: 40 percent of the the high-earning spouse’s monthly income minus 50 percent of the low-earning partner’s monthly income. For long-term spousal support requests, judges look at a broader set of facts, including the requesting spouse’s age, health, ability to earn a living, and current duties caring for any minor children.
Our attorneys know the income changes that come with dissolving a marriage are challenging. At Law Offices of Vincent B. Garcia & Associates, they will advocate for your interests and present compelling evidence for your side of the case.
Let Us Fight For You
Whatever path you are required to take, Law Offices of Vincent B. Garcia & Associates will work tirelessly to ensure you have the opportunity to have the relationship you want with your children. Child custody and child support cases are rarely easy, but with skilled legal representation by a certified family law specialist, you ensure that you are doing everything in your power to achieve your desired outcome.
If you are facing a child custody battle, a divorce dispute or other family law concern, please contact our office today at 909-670-2989 to see how we can help. Our firm will get started on your case as soon as possible and will work with you until we reach a resolution.