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Are You Thinking Of Divorce? Let Us Help You Understand Your Options

The end of a marriage is one of the most difficult personal circumstances many people will ever face. During this time, as you deal with the emotions and caring for your children, it is important that you have representation on your side that you trust to protect your interests and the best interests of your children.

At the Ventura County Law Offices of Stephanie L. Mahdavi, we have spent more than a decade guiding families as they file for divorce. Attorney Stephanie L. Mahdavi is a certified family law specialist, equipped with the experience and legal understanding to deliver results that protect your future and that of your children. Learn more about your options by contacting the firm online today.

Advocates For The Best Interests Of The Children

Custody, visitation and child support are the most emotionally charged and highly contested elements of divorce. We provide sound legal guidance and perspective through these negotiations, focused on preserving the relationship that you have with your children while fighting to protect the children’s best interests.

We will also help you understand the parenting plan and custody options available if you are seeking to live or move farther away from your former spouse or outside of Ventura County.

Spousal Support And Divorce Planning

Our lawyers will offer a clear explanation of any spousal support that may be required, whether temporary or permanent. The court will consider petitions for spousal support based on the duration of the marriage, sacrifices made by either spouse, age, health, contributions to the marriage, employment, earning capacity and financial needs.

Health Insurance And Benefits

One of the greatest concerns for many couples is how a divorce will affect their health insurance or other benefits. The spouse who has been added onto the plan can be covered during the divorce process until the entry of the judgment. After this time, he or she can no longer be covered by the former spouse’s insurance.

The children, however, can still be covered. Some couples choose instead to do a legal separation to avoid this termination in benefits. We will provide you with a clear understanding of all of your options.

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