“Through these simple checklists and informational sheets Miller and Associates will provide basic information to help an individual or family start navigating the challenges of family law in Placer or Sacramento counties” continues Joshua Miller, Managing Partner, “These documents will help both potential clients and their legal experts provide better information in less time, than the traditional initial consultation.”
The online resource for Family Law Legal issues can be found on the Miller and Associates website, under the Resources tab. The information provided includes links relevant to legal and business related family law issues, as well as the new series of checklists and informational sheets. The future checklists and tip sheets will include information on Divorce, Custody and Visitation rights, the implications of divorce on assets and debts, child support within California, Spousal Support, premarital agreements, Retirement Orders, domestic violence and restraining orders, mediation as an alternative to divorce and collaborative law. Designed specifically for the lay individual, the legal experts of Miller and Associates are developing these resources to provide a solid foundation of understanding so that individuals who are already dealing with difficult issues can easily understand where they should start and how they can begin to resolve their family legal issues.
Miller and Associates, Attorneys LLP is a Sacramento based partnership structured to offer individuals requiring Family Law Legal Services with the personal attention you want and the flexibility you need to take on complex cases with due attention given to all of the intricate nuances of family law.
If you are seeking Family Law Legal Services, you can visit www.miller-attorneys.com or call 916-780-0848 for more information.
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Sacramento Family Law Attorneys who handle family law matters from divorce, legal separation, annulment, custody and visitation, paternity, child support, spousal support, property and business division, domestic violence, retirement division to adoption.