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The Law Offices of Edward Misleh, APC is a Sacramento law firm located in Sacramento, California. We represents clients in Sacramento, California and in Northern California. Our law firm handles all aspects of family law and personal injury litigation. Contact us to make an appointment for a free consultation to discuss your legal matter.
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You start your divorce by filing a petition stating certain facts about your marriage. Your divorce petition includes information about the date of marriage, date of separation, the number of years married, the number of children you have, and the age and birth date of each child. Your divorce petition can address any or all of five areas: child custody, child support, spousal support (alimony), community property, separate property, and attorney’s fees. Contact our office to make an appointment for a free consultation should you be considering a divorce or need to respond to a divorce filing.
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Child custody is the legal relationship that you and the other parent have with your children. You establish this legal relationship with a court order. Contact our office to make an appointment for a free consultation to discuss the various types of child custody and which ones you may want to consider.
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Child Support is the financial support parents owe to their children; the amount of money that a court orders a parent to pay for the support of their child. You and the other parent are each parent is equally responsible for providing for the financial needs of their child. You, the other parent or the State of California can request child support. Contact our office to make an appointment for a free consultation should you be considering filing for child support or need to modify a child support order.
Spousal support, also known as alimony in other states, is a legal obligation for one spouse to provide financial support to the other spouse during separation and after divorce. You can agree to spousal support or seek a court order. You receive spousal support to help you attain the marital standard of living. Contact our office to make an appointment for a free consultation should you be considering filing for spousal support or need to modify a spousal support order.
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The property you and your spouse own is marital property. Marital property includes all of the assets and debts owned by you and your spouse; either jointly or separately. Your marital property is characterized and divided during a divorce proceeding. Your claims for reimbursements and credits must be considered when dividing marital property. Contact Sacramento Attorney Edward Misleh to discuss establishing and dividing your marital property. During your divorce, you can agree on a division of the marital property. A court will order an equitable division if you and your spouse do not agree on a division. Determining and dividing marital property can have a significant effect on your current lifestyle and future retirement. Take time to carefully determine the value of all marital property and your interests. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh for more information about dividing marital property and to make an appointment for a free consultation.
For more information about marital assets, click on the following link: Family Home Division
Property you receive during marriage is community property. Community property includes all assets and debts. During your divorce, your property is characterized as either community property or separate property. Any property traced to a separate property source is characterized as your separate property. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh to discuss exceptions to the community property “rule” and to make an appointment for a free consultation.
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Property you received before the marriage, that you were given to you as a gift, that you inherited, or that you received after separation is your separate property. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh to discuss the exception to the separate property “rule” and an appointment for a free consultation.
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Domestic violence occurs when an abuser perpetrates an act of violence on a victim. The abuser and victim must be in a close relationship. Domestic violence can happen to anyone; men and women alike. If you, or someone you know, has being a victim of domestic violence, you should contact law enforcement for help and seek medical attention for any injury. Contact Sacramento Attorney Edward Misleh to file a domestic violence action or for domestic violence defense and an appointment for a free consultation.
For more information on domestic violence, click on the following link: Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
A civil harassment restraining order is an order to protect you from someone with whom you do not share a domestic relationship. If you do not qualify for a domestic violence restraining order, you can file for a civil harassment restraining order. You need a restraining order if you need protection from neighbors, roommates, coworkers, or more distant family members. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh to discuss filing for a civil harassment restraining order.
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Individuals often hire family law attorneys to apply for guardianship. A court grants a guardianship when it finds the need for one individual to care for another individual’s well-being or property. The ward is the individual in your care. Guardianship is the legal relationship you have with the ward. Once done, the guardian will have the authority, and corresponding duty, to care for a person and their property interests. Contact Sacramento Attorney about filing for and/or obtaining a guardianship. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh to discuss filing for guardianship.
Grandparents have a right to reasonable visitation with their grandchildren. The legal right that grandparents have to see and interact with their grandchildren will most likely require the assistance of a family law attorney. Should a grandparent be denied contact with their grandchild, they will have to obtain a court order granting them the right to visitation. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh to discuss filing for grandparent visitation.
Attorneys practicing family law can be very helpful to those who wish to assume the parenting role of another, usually a child, from that person’s biological or legal parent(s). Adoption not only creates a new legal relationship but also severs a prior legal relationship. When you adopt a child, the court terminates the parental rights of the child’s parents. The legal relationship you have with the adoptive child is permanent. Your adopted child inherits from you just as a natural-born child would. Contact Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh to discuss filing for adoption of a child.
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