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Filing For Divorce In Walnut Creek And Throughout The East Bay Area

Helping You Move Forward

Going through a divorce can be one of the hardest things you will ever experience. At Timko & LaSorsa in Walnut Creek, we know that you are going through an extremely difficult time. We are here to help you through it, acting as your legal advisers, advocates and friends. Our family law attorneys are dedicated to obtaining a fair resolution and helping you move forward.

A divorce requires the division of assets and debts, which can be particularly problematic if the spouses are not getting along. Our lawyers will help you understand how the court goes about the division of property and debt in California.

We will help you work through all family law matters that arise as a result of your divorce, including child custody and visitation issues, if you have children. Part of our role is to prepare you for the future, letting you know what to do to protect your interests later.

Based on your goals and the level of conflict involved, we will give you an honest assessment of your case and let you know all of the potential paths it may take. Our attorneys stay up-to-date on the latest developments and groundbreaking cases in the area of divorce and family law. As our client, you will benefit from our extensive legal knowledge gained over our decades of experience.

A Fair And Equitable Resolution

In all cases, we strive for a fair and equitable resolution. When children are involved, we work to protect them from contentious matters as much as possible. Due to our high standards of practice, we have gained a reputation for our integrity among the courts and our peers in the legal community.

To learn more about how we can help you through your divorce in a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 925-951-0972 or send us an email.

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