Assertive Advocates During A Family Law Dispute
When you are in the middle of a family law dispute, your frustration and fears can cloud your perspective and make it difficult to find a positive path forward. Working with a qualified legal professional can help you find solutions that protect your interests and your relationships with your loved ones.
At Rojas Family Law, our firm provides the one-on-one attention that is necessary to resolve complex family legal matters. Our attorneys are highly regarded throughout Northern California because they know the law and will not stop until they secure the best outcome possible for their clients. Whether you are struggling with a divorce, custody conflict or other contentious matter, they will fiercely advocate for you.
Our team has the depth of experience that you need to address a variety of family law issues, including:
- Divorce and legal separation
- Financial orders of support for children and spouses
- Property and asset division negotiations for business owners, high net worth families and other parties
- Child custody disputes related to parenting plans, relocation and other matters
- Domestic violence restraining orders
Although we have represented countless individuals and families, we will take care of your case as if it were our only one. When you consult with us, you will have our undivided attention. Our entire team is accessible and ready to help from the moment you hire us until your case is closed.
You should expect nothing less when your future and your family’s well-being is on the line.
Finding An Approach That Works For You
We know that each family’s situation is distinct, which is why we will not rely on a one-size-fits-all strategy for your case. At our firm, our attorneys are qualified to represent you in negotiation, mediation and litigation. Tara Rojas, our firm’s founder, is a certified mediator, so she is able to help resolve conflicts without involving a judge or the complications associated with a trial.
We will pursue out-of-court solutions when possible and defend your side in court when necessary.