Confronting painful emotions and the possible loss of marital assets and even child custody, our clients depend on us to help them through what can be the most difficult and challenging situation they may ever experience. We are able to change the entire tenor of a case and achieve what may initially seem to the client and others to be utterly impossible. With our assistance and guidance, many clients emerge as stronger individuals, confident about their futures.
Though well known for our aggressive litigation skills and extensive trial work, we believe it is better to settle a case on our clients’ own terms, rather than having a judge decide the outcome. To this end, many of our cases are resolved before trial at a voluntary settlement conference, often with the assistance of retired judges and professionals to aid in the settlement process. Whether the firm goes to trial or settles, we employ leading experts in areas such as mental health, tax law, and accounting to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.
While settlement may be the optimum result in some cases, settlement is not possible in all cases. We attempt to negotiate from a position of leverage and strength by being prepared to successfully present your case to the court. Preparation and experience are vital attributes when choosing a high-asset divorce lawyer.
Our firm has earned a reputation for excellence and a personalized approach designed to obtain favorable results.
Our current and former clients include entertainers, entertainment executives, professional athletes, entrepreneurs and other professionals. We have handled high-asset divorce cases involving multimillion-dollar estates and obtained results that are structured for each client’s individual needs and situation.
Our attorneys have been providing effective divorce representation in cases involving complex issues of property, spousal support and child custody since 1995. Contact us for a consultation. Contact our offices in Los Angeles or Irvine, California, to schedule a consultation about your family law matter.