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Father Gets Sole Legal and Sole Physical Custody at Trial and Mother Ordered Into Psychotherapy

Our family law attorneys successfully obtained for a father a court order for sole legal and physical custody in an Orange County divorce case.

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We represented Father. Mother was represented by a lawyer. The very contentious child custody issues were part of an Orange County divorce case. Mother accused Father of domestic violence and child abuse. Mother sought sole legal and sole physical custody of the children. Over Mother’s objection, we successfully had a court appointed forensic psychologist appointed. We cooperated with the psychologist throughout the matter. The psychologist agreed with our position that Mother’s allegations were false. The psychologist also found Mother was a danger to the children. At trial, we successfully obtained for Father sole legal custody and sole physical custody of the children. Mother’s visitation was ordered not to begin until she underwent psychiatric counseling.

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Father Gets Sole Legal and Sole Physical Custody at Trial and Mother Ordered Into Psychotherapy


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The firm helped us thought a rough time in our life when we were struggling with a very high child support payment that they reduced by more than half. They also got us more time with our son and helped us out with a divorce that was very complicated. I couldn’t have selected a better law firm to assist me with my problems. Their staff is always available to help in anyway…I would highly recommond them 100%

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