Solving Complex Family Law Issues with Creative Strategies

Berkeley, CA Family Lawyer

Here for you when you need us most

Family law matters such as divorce, child custody, paternity, and support can have a profound impact on you and your family. The Berkeley CA family lawyers at Moradi Saslaw understand the complexities and challenges that come with family law cases, especially when they involve high-earning professionals, business owners, and dedicated parents.

We are here to provide sound legal advice, guide you through the family law system, and fight zealously to protect your rights. We have extensive experience working with high-net-worth individuals and on high-profile cases. We understand that you need dedicated legal support. Call us today at (415) 625-4587 for a confidential consultation with an award-winning Berkeley CA family lawyer.

How We Can Help

Our experienced family lawyers protect your interests and goals for your family while preserving your legal rights. When you retain our services, you can expect us to:

  • Carefully assess your situation and provide an accurate assessment of your case
  • Identify your individual goals regarding your family law case
  • Develop creative legal strategies designed to help you achieve your objectives
  • Create a detail-oriented plan regarding child custody or property division
  • Negotiate from a position of strength throughout the course of your case
  • Advocate for your position in the courtroom

Take advantage of our extensive legal and practical knowledge to help positively resolve your family law case. Contact our Berkeley CA family lawyers today to learn more about our specialized services.

Legal Matters Our Berkeley CA Family Lawyers Handle

At Moradi Saslaw, our team focuses on helping high-net-worth individuals like C-level executives, startup company entrepreneurs, established business owners, doctors, and lawyers resolve family legal issues in a way that protects their business and financial interests. Some of the types of cases that we take on include:

  • Divorce – California is a no-fault divorce state, so you and your spouse do not have to publicly shame each other about the breakdown of your marriage or domestic partnership. In order to get a divorce in Berkeley, you will need to be able to establish residency requirements and will be subject to a six-month waiting period.
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements – California is home to many high-level executives and celebrities. Individuals who do not want to be subject to the state’s default community property rules are free to enter into binding prenuptial or postnuptial agreements. These agreements can help identify separate property and assign property rights to the parties that are honored in case of
  • Property and debt division – When high-net-worth couples split up, they will need to divide their property and allocate their debt. This process entails accurately identifying all property as community or separate, determining the value of the property, and choosing how to divide it. Our seasoned family lawyers can assist you with this process.
  • Spousal support and alimony – California courts may order temporary or permanent alimony, depending on the financial circumstances surrounding the family.
  • Physical custody – Physical custody refers to where a child lives. Physical custody can be awarded to one parent or both. If one parent has sole physical custody, the other parent usually receives court-ordered visitation time.
  • Legal custody – Legal custody refers to the ability to make important decisions regarding your child, such as those affecting their health, education, and wellbeing. We can fight for you to have meaningful input in your child’s life.
  • Child support – Child support refers to the mandatory financial support parents must provide to children until they reach adulthood. Child support is based on the parents’ income and parenting time.
  • Temporary orders – Because family law issues involving high-net-worth individuals may take longer to resolve, it may be in your best interest to establish temporary orders in your case regarding property division, debt allocation, financial support, and parenting time.
  • Modification of orders – Most family court orders can be changed, modified, or terminated under certain circumstances. Our team can help you fight for the changes you need.

Contact Our Berkeley Family Lawyers Today

For any family law matter that you are confronting, Moradi Saslaw is here to help. We focus on providing detail-oriented family legal services to high earners, business owners, and dedicated parents and homemakers. Contact us today by calling (415) 625-4587.