Family Law Attorney
(424) 500-2983

Fixed Fee Marina del Rey Divorce and Family Law Attorney

The Law Offices of Evan Braunstein is a family law firm with offices in Marina del Rey and Century City. We provide focused legal representation tailored to your specific needs and situation in family law areas including divorce, premarital and postmarital agreements, custody, support, paternity, and division of property, and modification of judgments.

Going through a divorce may be one of the hardest things that you ever have to do in your life. The process can be long, emotional, and may end in a divorce judgment that doesn’t meet your best interests. At the Law Offices of Evan Braunstein, our Playa Vista, CA divorce attorney is focused on providing competent legal representation for individuals and families going through divorce. Our law firm is able to advise and represent you in all legal matters related to divorce, including premarital and postmarital agreements, child custody, spousal support, child support, paternity, division of property, and modification of a post-divorce judgment.

Marina del Rey Family Law Attorney

Marina del Rey Office

13101 West Washington Blvd.
Suite 141
Los Angeles, CA 90066

Client Testimonials

  • Evan was recommended to me by a very good friend who himself is a lawyer. Before I met him, I was told he was very knowledgeable, responsive, and personable. I had high expectations and Evan exceeded them. Read More Testimonials
  • I want to thank Evan for helping me at one of the toughest times in my life. What drew me to Evan was a picture he had on his page of his beautiful son, right then, I knew that he would feel my plight. Read More Testimonials
  • I hired Evan Braunstein because I needed to modify my custody arrangement with my child’s father. Evan worked diligently and persistently in getting the family court’s permission for my daughter and me to leave the state of California, and he was able to have child visitation rearranged to my satisfaction. Read More Testimonials
  • Mr Braunstein was an excellent lawyer and a great help. After hitting road blocks with the court system in trying to finalize our divorce I had to hire a lawyer due to being stationed in Hawaii. Read More Testimonials
  • Division of Property in a Divorce

    One of the most pressing issues that parties in a divorce will need to make a decision about is how property will be divided between the couple. In many cases, couples maintain an amicable enough relationship throughout the divorce process that they are able to reach a property division agreement on their own, through mediation or negotiation, without the intervention of the court. When an out of court agreement cannot be reached, however, the court will issue a property decision based on California law. Keep in mind that California is a community property state, which means that all property and debts are owned by both spouses, and must be divided equitably at the termination of the marriage as such.

    Child Custody and Child Support

    Typically, even more emotional than how property will be divided is coming to an agreement about where a child will live. Both parents may want the have full custody of the child, or may be in disagreement about how much time a child should spend with the other parent, how holidays and weekends will be split, where the child will spend summer break, and the like.

    Just like a division of property arrangement, parents can--and are encouraged to--reach a child custody agreement out of court. Parents may agree to share or split the legal or physical custody of a child depending upon the circumstances.

    When parents cannot reach an agreement about child custody, the court will be responsible for deciding each parent’s custody and visitation rights. When making this decision, the court must consider the best interests of the child. In order to determine the child’s best interests, the court will consider:

    The parent who does not have physical custody of the child will be obligated to make a child support payment. Child support is based on California child support guidelines.

    Other Important Issues in Divorce

    How property will be divided and with whom a child will spend their time may be two of the most pressing issues in a divorce, but they are by no means the only important things that a divorcing couple must face. Other important issues that our law firm can help you to understand and resolve include:

    Contact Our Experienced Playa Vista Divorce Lawyer Today

    At the Law Offices of Evan Braunstein, we care about you. Our talented Playa Vista divorce attorney can help you to file for divorce, and reach a resolution regarding issues in your divorce. We work on on a fixed fee basis, which allows us to help you within the parameters of a reasonable payment structure. We work efficiently, and always prioritize professionalism.

    The Playa Vista office is located at 12575 Beatrice Street, Suite D, Los Angeles, CA 90066

    Evan Braunstein
    Phone: (424) 500-2983
    Fax: (310) 492-4025

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