When legal issues touch a family, the result can be a rollercoaster filled with dips and curves that can seem endless. Our team understands this first hand, especially those feelings of uncertainty about the people you care about most dearly.
At Contreras Family Law, we guide our strategy with the needs of the children first. The ultimate objective in a family law case is a safe and nurturing environment for the child. This lies at the core of what we do. Our work specializes in divorce, prenuptial agreements, separation, child support, establishment, parenting time, decision making, and enforcement
Family Law-related disagreements are among the most emotionally charged legal disputes.
Without proper representation, your financial future, your family's future, and even your ability to visit and parent your children, can be negatively impacted.
In addition to traditional family law cases, we assist families dealing with:
We guide our strategy with every unique client by ensuring they can start their next chapter. Where children are involved, the goal of a successful outcome in a family law case is a safe and nurturing environment for the child, and this overriding objective lies at the core of our family law practice.
We understand legal costs are a burden, and they almost always arrive at the most difficult times in our lives. We pursued legal careers because of a strong desire to help others, and because others helped us along the way. We offer a variety of payment options including flat fee agreements, payment plans, and more.
Unlike many firms, we aren't chasing the next billable hour. In fact, contrary to the industry standards, we don't charge for telephone and email communication with our Clients. Our focus is on helping our clients through some of the toughest challenges in their lives, so we want you to get the information you need when you need it, and without being nickel and dimed. We look forward to answering any questions you may have.
Navigating the maze of juvenile law without experienced counsel is not recommended. It is complex, and the emotions of reunification with children can make the entire experience highly stressful. We help families establish a roadmap and a plan to preserve parental rights and eventually the return of their children.
Our practice works closely in the areas of dependencies and severance.