Santa Clarita Divorce Lawyer
Work with a certified family law specialist!
Are you looking for a qualified attorney who can provide you with guidance through your divorce or other
family law matter? If so, you should consult with our Santa Clarita divorce attorney at Richard Ross Associates. Attorney Ross has
more than three decades of experience and is a
certified family law specialist. In order to receive this certification from the California Board of Legal Specialization, Attorney Ross has had to undergo testing and peer review, with a requirement to obtain recertification every five years. When you turn to our law firm, you get a compassionate and experienced lawyer who is willing to provide you with the personalized attention you deserve. Attorney Ross can help you work to protect the best interests of both you and your loved ones, regardless of how complex your case is.
Support Through the Divorce Process
The experience of going through a divorce varies from person to person. For some divorcing couples, the spouses are able to agree on the divorce terms outside of court through collaborative law. For others, it is necessary to through heated legal battles in order to agree on issues such as
child support, etc. Some divorces are bound by the terms of
prenuptial agreements, while others are not. Our law firm can provide high-quality legal representation in each type of scenario. In addition to divorce, the family law matters above may also need to be dealt with when couples are looking to end
domestic partnerships, when married couples are seeking
legal separations or when ex-spouses want to make adjustments to previous court orders.
Guardianship, Stepparent Adoption and Other Matters
Aside from divorce, our law firm also handles many other types of family law matters. We assist individuals who are trying to obtain guardianship of children who are not their own sons or daughters. We can also help individuals who are trying to carry out
stepparent adoptions. Some of the other areas we handle are
move-away cases (or cases in which the custodial parent wants to relocate with the child) and
visitation matters, among others. Whether you need to know the
do's and don'ts of divorce or you want to protect a child's future, you can turn out firm for assistance.
Contact us so we can begin assisting you!