What We Do

Experienced Negotiators
with Comprehensive Expertise

From divorce, child custody, visitation and child support matters, to spousal support (alimony) and division of asset issues, our clients rely on us to handle their family law cases in a thorough and thoughtful way, whether it be through an amicable mediation process or an aggressive litigation strategy.

The attorneys at Park Family Law pride themselves on being equally strong at mediation and litigation. We bring to the table a deep knowledge of the pros and cons of litigating vs. mediating in order to obtain the best results for our clients.

Exceptional Client Care Ethic

We give our clients peace of mind. Our clients come to us during what may be the most difficult time of their lives. They have questions about what will happen to their finances, their children, and their future, and what it will take to see the process through. Our strong client care ethic dictates that we make our clients comfortable with asking questions so that they can make sound decisions about all the key issues in their case. We regularly do not charge for the time that we spend educating our clients, saving them thousands of dollars.

Helping You Through a Stressful Time

In this stressful time, whether we help you with a mutually agreeable mediation or an aggressive litigation strategy, Park Family Law has your back and can help you get the best possible result. Call us at 310-746-9559 to schedule an appointment with an attorney.

 
Areas of Expertise:
  • Division of assets and debts in divorce, including complex and mid- to high-net-worth valuations
  • Characterization of property as separate or community
  • Highly contested custody/visitation, including move-away and physical or substance abuse
  • Imputation and discovery of income for child and spousal support
  • Defending or obtaining restraining orders for domestic violence, harassment or stalking
  • Negotiation of prenuptial agreements
  • Contested temporary or permanent guardianship
  • Termination of parental rights for adoption
  • Marital settlement agreements
  • Modification or enforcement of family law orders
  • Set aside of divorce judgments