Rancho Cucamonga Divorce Attorney
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Child Custody
Child Support
Conservatorship
Elder Law
Estate Planning
Modifications
Probate
Property Division
Relocations
Spousal Support
Trust
Visitation Rights
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Rancho Cucamonga Family Attorney

Areas of Practice: Divorce & Family Law in Rancho Cucamonga

Facing a divorce? Dealing with a legal issue relating to family law? If so, then you should not hesitate to contact a Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorney from Cho, Sheasby, Chung & Ignacio, LLP as soon as possible. Over the years, we have been successful in protecting our clients in even the most complex of cases and have helped hundreds of families to protect their legal rights in a variety of different cases. Just some of the different issues that we are able to provide legal representation with include:

Divorce
When entering into a divorce, it is important to recognize the emotional and legal complications that will arise. To ensure that you are protected throughout the entire process and not left vulnerable, do not hesitate to get the involvement of our firm as soon as possible.

Child Custody
Are you seeking full or joint custody of your children? If so, then it is important that you have an experienced attorney on your side. At our firm, we know the importance of having constant and frequent contact with children and will do everything we can to help protect this right.

Child Support
There are many different factors that will come into play when child support is determined and awarded. If you are a custodial parent who is in need of the support or if you are being asked to pay, you should not hesitate to give us a call.

Modifications
Life changes. When these changes occur, it is important that you take advantage of the laws and court procedures that allow for you to pursue a court approved modification to previously achieve arrangements - such as those pertaining to child support, alimony and custody.

Property Division
The state of California operates under community property law - meaning that both parties have 50% ownership of all property that was obtained during the course of the marriage. If it was gained before the marriage or if it was given as a gift, it is separate property.

Relocations
If you are need to move, but have questions about this will affect your custodial rights or, if on the flip side, you are the noncustodial parent and you're concerned about a relocation of your ex-spouse, then we can help. The court cannot stop a parent from moving, but in certain circumstances, they can prevent the moving of a child. Call us today to learn more.

Spousal Support
In circumstances where one party is unable to properly support themselves following the dissolution of a marriage, the court may deem it necessary to award alimony payments - sometimes temporarily and sometimes on a permanent basis.

Visitation Rights
In cases where you are not the custodial parent, you should protect your rights to fair visitation rights. Only in situations where the court deems it against the best interests of the child will visitation rights be denied. Have more questions? Give our legal team a call.

Conservatorship
In instances where an adult is no longer able to take care of themselves, a conservator may be appointed. This allows for one adult to take legal responsibility over another to determine such things as medical needs, residence and even clothing.

Elder Law
At our firm, we are well-aware of the specific needs of the senior population and know the unique ways that the law applies to them. If you have questions about elder law, such as conservatorships and estate planning, please do not hesitate to give us a call today.

Probate
After the death of a loved one, there will be a process that is known as probate. This is the administration of the estate of the deceased and can be avoided should a legally binding trust have been established. If not, however, it is wise to have the guidance of a lawyer as some areas can become heavily contested.

Trust
One of the most popular types of trusts is that of a living trust – this is established during the life of the trustee and allows for changes to be made. In many cases, it can be used for long-term property management during the life of the trustee.

Estate Planning
Although not a light hearted topic, there is almost nothing more important that can be done than to look into a comprehensive estate plan. By establishing something such as this, you can draft a will or trust, appoint a power of attorney and care for your family even after death.

Talk to a Rancho Cucamonga family lawyer today!

Cho, Sheasby, Chung & Ignacio, LLP has been assisting clients in divorce cases for more than eight years. By working with an experienced attorney from our firm, you can rest assured knowing that we will go above and beyond in our efforts to protect your legal rights. We know what is on the line with divorce and you can trust that, should you choose to work with us, we will fight tirelessly to ensure that you are not made vulnerable. To learn more about how our firm could help you protect your legal rights, contact a Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorney as soon as possible. Call our offices today or complete our easy online case evaluation to get started and find out what we could do for you.

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