Under California law, the only way to change your marital status once you are married is by annulment, separation, or dissolution (divorce). Annulment renders a marriage void, as if it never occurred, while separation allows for a couple to divide up shared assets without actually terminating the marriage.

Any one of these marital modifications can be difficult, and our firm is dedicated to safe guarding your rights, making sure your interests are fairly represented, and keeping you thoroughly informed every step of the way.

Divorce and separation often encompasses a variety of sensitive issues including property division, child custody, child/spousal support, visitation, domestic violence, and more. Our lawyers understand the gravity of this process and are committed to pursuing the best course of legal action for you and your family.