Victorville Family Law Attorney
COMMITTED TO HELPING FAMILIES SET ASIDE THEIR DIFFERENCES FOR A BETTER FUTURE
The Law Offices of Joseph Torri is dedicated to serving our neighborhood and delivering favorable and productive modifications to the lifestyles of our clients. Practice areas for representation of our Victorville, Apple Valley, Barstow, and Hesperia family law clients include divorce, paternity (parentage), child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support (alimony), military divorce, move-away or relocation with children cases and annulments. Clients can also consider legal separation for religious reasons and if jurisdiction to get divorced has not been established. Determining legal custody and physical custody is of great concern to many parents. Dividing community property and calculating spousal support can be stressful on self-represented individuals. This is a Southern California Law Office and we are committed to representing clients in San Bernardino County.
The Superior Court of California for the County of San Bernardino has a courthouse in Victorville. The Victorville District of the court hears criminal and family law cases among other areas. Persons charged with domestic violence will find themselves needing a Victorville Criminal Defense Attorney and a Victorville Divorce Attorney if they were married and their spouse wants to dissolve the marriage. Marriages with children will bring up issues of child custody and visitation that a Victorville Child Custody Lawyer will need to address. Our team will provide our clients with tactical counsel in an effort to keep them out of jail, while maximizing the time they can spend with their children. We know many people are falsely accused of domestic violence in order to limit child custody and visitation rights. There are many other reasons to allege domestic violence as well, and we will work to expose the truth whenever possible.
Reach out to a qualified divorce attorney at the Law Offices of Joseph Torri for strategic counsel. The family law court will not appoint an attorney to represent you except on contempt cases. We believe our legal fees are reasonable. Clients may qualify for limited scope representation if they can't afford to pay a retainer fee. This unbundled representation has been a more affordable approach for many clients who have, for example, prepared their own legal documents, but hired a lawyer for the court date. Please call our office to schedule your initial consultation so we can discuss the options that may be available.