Zhamakochyan Family Law represents clients in family law matters such as divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, division of property, domestic violence restraining orders, parentage actions, and prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements. We handle complex cases involving child custody evaluations, business valuations, tracing mixed assets, and determining income available for support.
How Business Creates Value:
Zhamakochyan Family Law is dedicated to providing exceptional legal representation in both settlement negotiations and litigation. We make the legal process less stressful and more efficient by helping clients understand the law, their rights, the strongest and weakest facts of their case, and by helping them decide the best path for their specific needs.
How Member Creates Value:
My entire legal career has been devoted exclusively to family law. I understand that what works for some people might not work for others. Given the family dynamics, the history of the relationship, the personality of the parties, the children involved, each case is unique. So, it is my top priority to listen to my clients carefully and make a case plan according to their specific goals and the facts of the case. I work toward those goals efficiently, keeping the cost of the case down, avoiding unnecessary legal fees and maximizing results. I strive to resolve my cases through settlement. However, when a settlement cannot be reached, I provide effective trial advocacy.
Divorce is a complex legal process that also involves complex emotions. A typical divorce case involves issues such as where the children will reside, how property is divided, what happens to the family residence and how child support or spousal support are determined.
Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
We help people restore their peace and achieve physical and psychological safety by obtaining a domestic violence restraining orders. A domestic violence restraining order may result in the abusive person being ordered to move out of the shared residence, stay away 100 yards, and stop any form of communication with the victim. It can even result in child support and spousal support payments paid by the abuser to the victim.