INITIAL DIVORCE CONSULTATION
Sacramento and San Francisco Divorce Attorney
When it comes to divorce, being informed and legally protected is key. Contact California divorce lawyer Alan Mikshansky today for professional legal advice.
When a marriage doesn’t work out, it’s a doubly stressful and painful experience. You’re not only losing a partner and a friend but also making difficult decisions, dealing with practical matters, and addressing financial and legal issues. The situation is often complicated further when young children are involved.
That is why getting clear legal advice early can help alleviate some of the anxiety you’re experiencing. Whether you’re contemplating initiating divorce or have already made up your mind, you can schedule a free divorce lawyer consultation with Alan Mikshansky to better understand your options and what to expect from the divorce process.
As an experienced attorney specializing in family law, Alan Mikshansky offers you a free initial divorce attorney consultation to inform you about your rights, the options available to you, and how he can help you. By getting an assessment of your situation and sound legal advice from a professional, you can gain confidence in your next steps.
The Purpose of a Divorce Consultation
Having helped clients through thousands of divorces, Alan Mikshansky knows that every relationship and every divorce is different and requires an individual approach. A divorce lawyer consultation is, first and foremost, a chance for you to explain your specific situation, ask questions about the process, and explore your goals for the case. Alan Mikshansky will guide you through your potential strategies and legal options as well as help you avoid legal mistakes in the interim.
Whatever the issues that require consideration in your particular case, a divorce consultation with Alan Mikshansky can provide you with a sense of security at this uncertain time in your life and guide your actions in the interim.
For example, if you have minor children, you may need to consider whether to vacate the family home. Some people can live together amicably during the divorce process while others can’t. Or you may have concerns about your assets, your home, or a business that you want to retain. Alternatively, your first priority may be child custody and child support.
If your case does go to trial, the court will evaluate whether you have acted in a way that promotes stability and cooperation. Alan Mikshansky will help you understand how these and other decisions can affect your case and your future.
How to Prepare for a California Divorce Consultation
For a more accurate assessment of your situation during your initial divorce consultation, the Law Office of Alan Mikshansky recommends that you bring the following if possible:
- A list of your assets and your debts, including their acquisition and current value
- Bills of common monthly household expenses
- Documents related to any business interests
- Copies of deeds, mortgages, revocable living trusts, estate plans, IRAs, Keoghs, vested and non-vested stock options, bank accounts, brokerage accounts, pensions, retirements, profit sharing, tax returns, and any other accounts you have access to
- Birth certificates and most recent report cards of any minor children
In case you don’t have access to all of these documents at the time of the initial consultation, the Law Office pf Alan Mikshansky can guide you with strategies for collecting this information through legal measures.
San Francisco and Sacramento Divorce Attorney
By scheduling an initial divorce consultation, divorce attorney Alan Mikshansky will be able to prepare you for the next steps you choose to take and help you make the right choice for you and your family.
With extensive experience handling every aspect of divorce, including child support and child custody, spousal support, and property division, the Law Office of Alan Mikshansky will ensure that your best interests, as well as those of your child(ren), are served.
The Law Office of Alan Mikshansky is certified in Family Law by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization.