433 North Camden Drive Suite 400
Beverly Hills, California 90210
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Bradley S. Sandler is a Los Angeles Family Lawyer located in Beverly Hills (Los Angeles), California. We represent clients in divorce and other areas of family law. As Los Angeles divorce attorneys, we strive to timely resolve your case in a prompt and expeditious manner. If you are seeking a Los Angeles divorce lawyer who provides quality legal service and has a tradition of integrity and attention to detail then you have arrived at the right place. We handle all types of divorces from simple uncontested divorces to complex marital property cases.
Our legal services are always delivered with professionalism and personal attention, which includes promptly responding to your concerns and questions and keeping you well-informed as we efficiently and effectively handle your legal matter. We are dedicated to meeting your goals and aggressive in protecting your rights and interests.
We handle all family law matters, including California divorce, dissolution of marriage, division of property, valuation and characterization of property, child support, spousal support, child custody, pre-nuptial agreements, modification proceedings, and domestic violence issues.
Family law is an area of law that deals with all aspects of family relations. Family law encompasses: adoption, child custody and visitation, children's rights, child support, spousal support (alimony), separation agreements, civilian and military divorce (dissolution of marriage), marital property division (equitable division), elder law matters, estate planning, estates and trusts, wills and will contests, probate, insurance, cohabitation agreements, pre-marital (pre-nuptial) agreements, marriage and other legal issues pertinent to the family.
Family law courts generally hear cases pertaining to dissolution of marriage, legal separation of the parties, nullity of marriage, child custody, child and spousal support, elder law legal issues, domestic violence petitions, and estate planning cases like wills, will contests, guardianship, insurance, probate, trusts and other estate related legal issues.
The following information includes frequently asked family law questions. These questions and answers are general in nature and should not be used as specific legal advice for your case. Each case is different and carries its own set of circumstances which must be taken into consideration by competent legal counsel.