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Legal Issues that affect the family can be complex and emotional. Aloha Divorce prides itself on its focus towards resolution, rather than conflict. It is a paradox that the law propels people into bitter strife in an effort to reconcile differences during a separation or parental conflict.
The word “aloha” actually has three meanings: love, hello, and goodbye. Our goal is to help our clients say “goodbye” to their unhappy relationships and “hello” to a new beginning. We are committed to providing empathetic and passionate representation with “aloha” during this transition.
Hiring attorneys can get expensive. Our pricing methods vary from flat fees to unbundled legal services, reserving billable hours for more complex matters. We provide pricing services to fit your needs.
With our modern methods of communications, our office doesn’t stop running at 5pm. We are here for you and our custom is to respond as soon as possible. With our law firm, you won’t have the continued stress of worrying about your legal questions until the next business day.
It may be hard to know if you have a legal problem when you may be unaware of the laws. Call us for a free consultation to help resolve any confusion.
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Deciding to file for divorce is among the toughest situations a person can face, as is receiving legal notification of that decision as an unsuspecting spouse. You may feel like your life has been turned upside down, and you may have no idea what tomorrow will bring. When dealing with a family matter such as divorce, move-away, child custody, child support, spousal support, and modifications, it is important to choose an attorney you can rely on. Having the right lawyer can make a big difference in the process and outcome of your divorce. Aloha Divorce strives to secure the outcome you need and to deflect much of the stress, as we provide steadfast legal counsel you can trust throughout your case.
While you are wedding planning in California thing that should be on your checklist is a prenuptial/premarital agreement, commonly referred to as a “prenup.” A prenup is a written contract entered into by a couple engaged to be married, executed before legal marriage, and is effective upon marriage. It typically addresses property and debt each person already owns; their property rights after marriage; property disposition at separation, divorce, death, or another event; choice of law; and spousal support limitation or waiver. There is a common misconception that prenups are only for the wealthy. However, every couple can benefit from having a prenup. If you don’t have a prenup, you essentially agree and submit to the state of California’s prenup upon separation through the CA Family Code and published case law. Without a prenup, you agree to the creation of community property, the obligation to cover all community debts, known or not, and the long-term spousal support framework. By having a prenup, you can avoid opting into an often-misunderstood set of laws without informed consent.