Procedural Court Issues Within The Court Systems In California
Los Angeles Family Lawyers and CPAs
Procedural fairness is an important factor taken into account in the family court system in California. Essentially the courts will not allow one party to run roughshod over the other party that has relevant facts regarding his or her position before the court.
Family law matters are influenced and directed by statutes (laws of the state relating to families, marriage, children, marriage dissolution and property), precedent cases as well as the federal and state constitutions.
Family law encompasses family disputes and responsibilities that continue to be debated on a national level. It generates strong emotions from the parties involved. Nothing could be more stressful than losing a spouse and/or a child.
Obtaining a fair and equitable resolution to a family dispute is a process that involves a judicial system in addition to the family lawyers representing each party. An experienced family law attorney can navigate the court system for the client’s best interest.
Southern California Family Courts
• District 6 (Riverside Superior Court, San Bernardino Superior Court, San Luis Obispo Superior Court, Santa Barbara Superior Court, and Ventura Superior Court),
• District 7 (Los Angeles Superior Court),
• District 8 (Orange County Superior Court),
• District 9 (Imperial Superior Court and San Diego Superior Court).
An alternate to going to family court is mediation—a process where a neutral professional assists the parties to make their own parenting agreement on how the children will be taken care. It would cover all the details of child support and visitation rights of the parents.
John Spurgeon & Associates family attorneys and CPAs, serving the greater Los Angeles area, have an extensive experience with California family law. To speak with Mr. Spurgeon about this or other family law issue, please contact us today at 626-440-9518 for a complementary confidential consultation.