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Filing for Divorce in Rancho Cucamonga?

Choose an Experienced Attorney for Your Divorce!

Divorce can be an emotional process, but it doesn't have to be difficult. At our law firm, we understand the complexity presented in many divorce cases and we are prepared to meet those challenges head-on so that you can get the resolution you are after.

Are you considering divorce in Rancho Cucamonga? Maybe you have made the decision to file or have recently been served divorce papers. No matter your case, an experienced divorce lawyers at Family Law Advocacy Group can help. We exist to ensure that your rights are protected and your best interests are prioritized.

Our divorce attorneys handle all contested and uncontested divorce proceedings. Call us at (909) 992-0188 today!

We Can Help With All Aspects of Your Divorce

Since California is a "no fault" state, even if one spouse does not want to proceed with the divorce, no specific grounds to end the marriage are needed other than irreconcilable differences. The only requirement for divorcing in California is that you be a California resident for at least six consecutive months.

We are equipped to handle all types of divorce cases:

  • Marital Property Division - Also known as "equitable distribution" is when property and obligations are judicially divided between spouses.
  • Child Custody - Decisions made regarding physical and legal custody of the child or children involved in the divorce.
  • Visitation Rights - A plan that is made to determine how the custodial and non-custodial parents will share time with the child or children.
  • Child Support - Determination of who will pay and who will receive support for the child or children, and how much.
  • Spousal Support - Also known as alimony. Determination of eligibility and the terms in which it will be paid.

Divorce FAQs

How Do I Know if I Will Be Able to Get Spousal Support?

The court determines which partner is eligible to receive spousal support based on a certain formula, which includes the length of the marriage, the earning capacity of each partner, and the lifestyle changes that will take place when the marriage is dissolved.

A marriage over 10 years is considered a marriage of long duration and one ex-spouse may be required to pay spousal support for the life of the other person, or until remarriage. In some cases, neither party will be awarded spousal support. In other cases, there is temporary support ordered by the court while one ex-spouse is retrained to increase their ability to earn a living.

How Can I Be Sure that I Will Get Custody?

In our state, the court will focus on the best interests of the children. They usually look for a solution in which both parents can spend time with the children, whether in visitation or shared custody.

When there are factors that are a danger to the child or children, such as drug use, alcoholism or other factors, the court will likely determine that the parent exhibiting these behaviors will have certain restrictions and would likely not get physical custody. Accusations regarding drug or alcohol or other factors must be fully documented and proven.

Is There Any Way to Avoid a Court Case in a Divorce?

If you and your ex choose to resolve all the vital matters of your divorce, including child custody, child support, visitation, property division and spousal support and can do so without intervention, you have the bonus of being allowed to divorce with your own decision making determining the outcome. This also allows you to avoid exposing your personal business in open court. These divorces must have the agreements fully and correctly documented for the court.

How Long Before a Divorce Is Final?

The state requires six months after the divorce papers have been served. Once all court matters have been resolved and agreements reached, the divorce can move towards being finalized.

Call Today for Qualified Counsel!

When you trust your divorce to us, you can be confident knowing we have the legal skill, knowledge, and experience to guide you through the process. We are prepared to both aggressively fight for your best interests in front of a judge and peacefully negotiate a favorable outcome.

Contact our divorce lawyers for a FREE initial consultation in Rancho Cucamonga! We look forward to providing the exceptional counsel you need.

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  • They will work until they get the best outcome for your case.

    “They are very caring, compassionate and understanding. Family Law Advocacy Group puts themselves in your shoes. If I could give more than 5 stars I would!”

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  • They are very confident attorneys despite the complexity of the case and show up READY!

    “Family Law Advocacy Group are true professionals! They were quick to prepare on such short notice; organized, punctual and calm under pressure. They have equal amounts of empathy as they do fight.”

    Sari De La Cerra

  • I am so grateful to have found someone who takes interest in their clients and cares.

    “Family Law Advocacy Group has some of the few attorneys who are very attentive to detail and what is in the best interest of their clients.”

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  • Family Law Advocacy Group provides some of the best law services around.

    “My attorney is responsive, thorough, and made sure I had complete understanding of my options. And, to those whom are reading this, don't go to court without him. And for those who find themselves at the opposite table of Family Law Advocacy Group, PRAY...”

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  • Family Law Advocacy Group has been a godsend and I can't thank them enough for all that they've done.

    “I know how difficult it is to find a new attorney to handle such personal matters in your life so I feel fortunate to have engaged them.”

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