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The information shared on Farzad Family Law’s website should not be construed as any type of legal advice. Only after we are formally retained (a written retainer is signed and the quoted fees are paid) by a client can we provide legal advice. The information on this side is for general use and not specific to any aspect of your case or your case’s facts.

Nothing contained in this website forms any attorney-client or mediation relationship.

Our lawyers are only licensed to practice law in the State of California and the information on this site is only intended for residents of the State of California, with a focus on Southern California where we practice family law, or those who intend to pursue a family law case in Southern California and pursuant to California law.

This communication is or may be considered an “Advertisement” as defined by The Rules of Professional Conduct and California Business and Professions Code.

The information provided on the pages of this website is intended to be general and not specific to the facts of any case. Only the facts of your divorce and family law case will be related and relevant to the ultimate result. Please use common sense. Contact us for more information about your case. We are ready to help you make the right choice.

The case results and testimonials you read on this site were dependent on the facts of that case. The photos you see of the individuals on the home page are not the photos of actual clients. Each testimonial was written by the client the testimonial references by the initials or first name. None of the testimonials or case results on this website, or anything else written on this website, are a guarantee, warranty, prediction or assurance regarding the results that may be obtained in your case. Every case is dependent on its own facts.

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