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Family Law/Domestic Relations
At the Law Offices of Annaluisa Padilla we understand that a divorce, custody dispute, or any other family related matter is, at best, an emotionally difficult process. If you are going through a family dispute and would like to speak with a lawyer at our firm, we are here to help you. Please contact our La Habra, California, office at 562-691-6000 or by e-mail to schedule a consultation with attorney Annaluisa Padilla. We welcome inquiries from out-of-state individuals seeking representation for California proceedings. We have helped clients throughout the area with all aspects of their divorce, custody, support, adoption, or domestic violence matter. On this site, you can find some basic information on related topics, including the pitfalls of do-it-yourself divorce, no-fault divorce in California, your children and your divorce, legal separation, the marital home, adoptions, child custody, visitation, child support, premarital agreements, post-judgment modification, division of community property, and alimony or spousal support.
At the Law Offices of Annaluisa Padilla we understand that the immigration process can be confusing and overwhelming. If you are preparing to file an application with immigration, are currently processing an application or you are in deportation proceedings and would like to speak with a lawyer at our firm, you can be sure your inquiry will be met with personalized attention and our sincere concern for your situation. Please contact our La Habra, California office at 562-691-6000 or by e-mail to schedule a consultation with attorney Annaluisa Padilla. We have helped clients throughout the United States avoid deportations, bring family members, seek protections, bring business talent, or simply navigate through the complex immigration system.
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