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At Stolar & Fischer, we know you are going through a uniquely challenging situation in your life. We want to be here to guide you through this process. Our legal team meets your concerns with sincere understanding and positive solutions. We are here to help you move forward with peace of mind and assurance, standing by your side as a trusted advocate.

Our Los Angeles divorce lawyers know the ins and outs of the process, from the reorganization of financial matters to the restructuring of legal issues. When you come to Stolar & Fischer, you can be confident knowing we remain focused on your best interests from start to finish.

Consult with our firm! For immediate help, call (310) 984-1411 for an initial consultation.

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For more than three decades, our attorneys have provided Southern California families and individuals with responsive legal representation coupled with sincere concern for their welfare. Our well-versed knowledge regarding this area of the law could prove to be invaluable to your case. We have worked with many experts in the field, helping our clients build strong cases.

We accept various kinds of family law cases, including those involving:

Handling Uncontested Divorces with Utmost Care

In California, divorce is considered "no fault," making it relatively easy to obtain a divorce using the concept of "irreconcilable differences." In an uncontested divorce, the spouses have agreed to split and have decided on the terms of their divorce, settling matters such as child custody, spousal support, how to divide assets and debts, and other issues related to their marriage. It is important to speak with a lawyer as early as possible in the process. There are serious hazards in to DIY divorces. We sincerely feel our clients benefit from our services.

We can help you in the following ways:

  • We will review your terms to ensure you have covered all the necessary points.
  • We will draft the agreement.
  • We will help you finalize the divorce on your behalf.

Are You Facing a Contested Divorce?

Divorce happens when one or both spouses can no longer reconcile their relationship. This often means that they disagree on certain aspects of life. This foundation of frustration can often lead to what is known as a contested divorce. This type of divorce occurs whenever a couple does not agree on the terms of the divorce, whether it be custody or spousal support.

Contested divorces can involve complex negotiations or even heated divorce trial, which means the final decision will rest in the hands of a judge. Having a divorce lawyer during a contested divorce is crucial, as you need your rights and welfare to remain protected.

Our divorce team can work closely with you to craft an appropriate solution outside of the courtroom or zealously advocate for you during trial.​ We understand that every contested divorce is unique, which is why we develop personalized legal strategies for each and every client that protect their financial, familial, and emotional interests.

What Are California's Divorce Laws?

California is a no-fault divorce state. This means that a spouse does not need to show cause in order to get a divorce. However, in order to get a divorce in California, the law requires you to meet certain criteria. At Stolar & Fischer, we can guide you through the process of getting a divorce and protect your rights throughout the process. We will clearly explain the steps and your rights so you can make informed decisions at every stage of your divorce. In order to get a divorce in California, you must meet specific residency requirements under the law.

Some of the requirements you must meet include:

  • Must have been a resident of California for at least six months.
  • Must have been a resident of the county where the divorce is filed for at least 3 months.
  • Only one of you must be in the county where the divorce is filed. If you are in separate counties, you can choose to file in either county.

If you are in different states, the issue of jurisdiction can become more complicated. Our attorneys can help you understand the jurisdictional requirements and how they might impact where your case is filed and the divorce laws that govern your case.

Grounds for Divorce in California

There are only two grounds for divorce in California: irreconcilable differences and incurable insanity. Irreconcilable differences requires only a simple statement by you or your spouse that you no longer get along. Incurable insanity, on the other hand, can be difficult to prove and requires significant evidence from medical or psychiatric professionals. In both of these situations, only one party needs to submit a petition for divorce. In other words, the parties do not need to agree to the divorce. If one party refuses to go to court or participate in the divorce, a default judgment may be entered by the court granting the divorce.

For More Information, Speak with Our Divorce Lawyers

If you need more information about our firm's high-quality services, please don't think twice about giving our office a call. When you call on us to help you with your divorce, you will speak with a lawyer, not just a paralegal or other staff member. We value your trust and confidence.

For the client-focused services you need, turn to Stolar & Fischer today.

Spanish-speaking services are available.

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Matters as important as those concerning your family should only be entrusted to a proven, recognized legal team. At Stolar & Fischer, you'll be represented by respected attorneys whose winning strategies and high ratings have earned us the recognition of past clients and professional peers alike.