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Family Law Attorney
Orange County

A family law matter can dominate all aspects of your life. Whether it’s a spouse that recognizes that their marriage must end, a parent who has not been able to see their child regularly, or a parent who is struggling financially because they’re receiving inadequate child support from the other parent, the Orange County family lawyers at Kaufman Steinberg, LLP can review your legal issues and find a solution for you.

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Divorce

Divorce

Few people enter a marriage with the expectation that divorce is somewhere in their future, which is why divorce…

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Divorce Mediation

Divorce Mediation

Most family law cases are not resolved through litigation. Cases settle because the parties reach an agreement…

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Custody/Parenting Plans

Custody/Parenting Plans

Child custody matters are of critical importance to our clients. No matter a client’s profession or stage in life, if children are…

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Child Support

Child Support

Each parent is responsible for providing for their child’s financial needs. If your child is not receiving support from the other parent…

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Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

We all want more certainty and predictability in our lives. If you’re getting married…

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Spousal Support

Spousal Support

Spousal support (commonly referred to as “alimony”) can be contentious when a divorce occurs, or partners go their separate ways…

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What Our Clients Are Saying


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“Jordon is a great attorney. He always works hard to find the best solutions for his clients and keeps in mind the impact to the children involved. He knows the law well and also consults with you on the possible outcomes and risks involved.
He has great negotiation talents and strong tactful skills in court. I highly recommend him.”

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“I strongly recommend Jordon Steinberg. Professional and fair. Very diligent staff. Was very responsive and was able to assist me in matters even on weekends and holidays. Truly one of the best. We accomplished and achieved even more than I had imagined. Very concerned about family and finding a solution best for children if involved. I feel so lucky to have had him represent me.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

The following are some of the most commonly asked questions we hear from our clients and family members. For specific answers to your questions, call to speak to one of our Orange County family
law lawyers.


What Is Community Property In Orange County?
When two people are married in California, for all intents and purposes, they become one legal entity. Property acquired by either spouse during the marriage may be considered community property, and debts incurred during marriage are community as well. If you decide to divorce in California, those assets and debts will be equally divided. That’s not to say that everything will have to be sold, and each spouse gets half of the proceeds.
Our Orange County family law attorney can negotiate with the other party’s attorneys until a fair solution is reached. For instance, one spouse may be able to keep all of the shares in a business by agreeing to allow the other to have a house or other assets in exchange.


Can I Get Sole Custody Of My Child In Orange County?
While California law does allow sole custody, it’s by no means automatic. In general, both parents have rights to physically see their child, make decisions in the child’s life, and to spend time with the child. If the child’s other parent is unfit or irresponsible, it may be possible to get sole physical custody in which case the child would live with you.
It may also be possible to win sole legal custody, which means you’re responsible for making important decisions for your child, such as medical, educational, and religious decisions. Our team of Orange County child custody lawyers can provide you strong legal representation to protect your rights and your child’s best interests.


Does Child Support Change If A Co-Parent’s Income Changes In Orange County?
Under California law, if you have the custody of your minor child or children and the other co-parent has had an improvement in financial circumstances, you may be entitled to more child support from them. This also applies if you have ended up caring for your child for more time than was originally agreed upon. Our child support lawyers in Orange County can petition the courts to increase the amount of support you’re receiving.
This works both ways, however. If you are receiving child support but received a significant raise or have custody of your children for fewer days than anticipated, the other co-parent can file for a reduction in the support they’re paying.

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The following are some of the most commonly asked questions we hear from our clients and family members. For specific answers to your questions, call to speak to one of our Orange County family
law lawyers.