SAN DIEGO DIVORCE LAWYERS
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    San Diego, CA 92101
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Area of Practice

When people seek the help of a San Diego men's rights law firm, they may have needs that vary widely. When it comes to family law, the role of any San Diego men's rights attorney is critical in terms of the ultimate result, and the Men's Legal Center provides that legal expertise in just about every type of family law issue that could arise. Below you'll find links to the different types of cases the firm handles. If you would like an Attorney to contact you, fill out this form for a Free Initial Consultation.



Divorce

When a divorce begins and there are children of that marriage, it gives rise to a whole host of issues...

Military Divorce

San Diego is home to many families where at least one member is actively serving in the military...

Child Custody

Facing the end of a marriage is a difficult proposition.  This is particularly true when particularly true when...

Child Visitation

One of the fundamental issues that needs to be decided when a divorce is proceeding is child custody...

Domestic Violence

One of the most emotionally-charged legal issues in society today is that of domestic violence. This is especially true when...

Property Division

When a divorce begins and the process moves forward, one of the most central requirements that must...

Wills/Trusts

When a marriage ends and the divorce process begins, it can lead to several complicated issues that...

Business Valuations

Business valuations in divorce are a complicated area of family law. The experienced attorneys at the...

ABOUT MEN'S LEGAL CENTER

When men face the prospect of the end of a marriage, they tend to face the same emotional and financial struggles as anyone else. Unfortunately, there is an assumption in existence that when a divorce occurs, the woman tends to obtain more favorable results than the men in general with respect to such issues as property division, spousal support, child custody and visitation among others. While statistics tend to reinforce this notion, that does not mean that men who face this situation should not seek the help of San Diego men’s rights lawyers as soon as possible to build their cases.
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Testimonials

Bwayne 0.

I’ll start by saying that Dianne Jones truly became my Guardian Angel! In regards to my divorce case that has lasted several years without an end in sight

Adam B.

I just had my first meeting with Dianne Jones at Men’s Legal Center. I walked into the office entirely overwhelmed at the divorce process after being served

Shane M.

Being a dad with two baby mommas, I was scared of the court process hearing that California is a mommy state. DO NOT BELIEVE THIS! A big THANK YOU to Men’s

Discover Why You Still Need a Lawyer For An Uncontested Divorce

If you and your spouse or partner are in general agreement about most aspects of your divorce, you may want to consider an uncontested divorce process.

While there is a host of huge benefits on the uncontested divorce route, you’ll still need a qualified San Diego divorce lawyer to guide you through the actual process.

If you have children and are divorcing, there’s a good chance that your former spouse or partner will be a part of your life for the foreseeable future.

While a healthy, good-natured relationship between both parents is what’s ultimately best for everyone – especially the children – that’s sometimes easier said than done.

Just as with every living thing, a family will continue to grow and develop over time. When new family members are added through either marriage or the arrival of children, the construct of the family will change – just as it will the passing of family members.

Divorce is another factor that can dramatically impact the structure of families. Because divorce signals the separation of a family member, it can be difficult for brothers, sisters, dads, mothers, aunts, uncles, etc. to navigate the post-divorce waters.