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The Process Of California Divorce Proceedings

One of the fears that many people have about divorce is that they will have to go to court. In reality, very few California divorces end up in court. You have many choices about how to reach a divorce settlement.

At Brandon Law Group, we offer a free half-hour consultation to explain the California divorce process. From our law office in Seal Beach, we represent clients throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties. Call 562-901-9800 to discuss your case with attorney Lisa Brandon.

From start to finish, we will ensure that you have a clear understanding of your legal rights and options. Those options include:

  • Mediation presided over by a retired judge
  • Mediation where each party has a lawyer
  • Mediation where one lawyer serves as a neutral for both parties
  • Collaborative divorce in which both sides work collaboratively with their lawyers and a team of experts, including financial planners, accountants and child psychologists
  • Negotiation outside of court
  • Litigation in court

Attorney Lisa Brandon resolves 90 percent of her cases through negotiations with the other party's counsel. As a board-certified family law attorney, she has the depth and breadth of experience to know what you are entitled to get in a California divorce. Obtaining an out-of-court settlement enables you to keep your personal and financial affairs private.

Whether you choose to negotiate a settlement directly with the other side or through the courts, Ms. Brandon will explain every alternative and maintain open communication with you throughout the process.

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