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Experienced Family Law Attorney in Orange County, CA

With more than three million people living in Orange County, family matters are often at the forefront of many lives in our community. Divorce, child custody, and support are common topics in households throughout the State of California, and our Orange County family law attorney comes to the aid of those who need experience by their side in the courtroom.

At the Trugman Law Group APC, our Orange County lawyer provides real-time answers for those who are facing the unknown during troubled times. Our firm focused on delivering success through personalized case strategies that allow our clients to move forward with positivity.

Cities Located in Orange County, CA

Ranked as the third-most populous county in California, Orange County has dozens of cities located within.

They include:

Major Employers in Orange County, California

Career opportunities abound in Orange County, California, with more than a dozen companies employing 5,000 employees or more.

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Trugman Law Group APC Orange County, CA Family Law Practice Areas

At the Trugman Law Group APC, our experienced Orange County family law attorney provides custom strategies for each of our clients, paying close personal attention to each detail of their case. Family law is our only focus, which allows us to provide exceptional results for our clients.

Our Orange County practice areas include:

  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Civil Restraining Order
  • Community and Separate Property
  • Divorce and Annulment
  • Domestic Violence and Harassment
  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
  • Spousal Support

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements in Orange County

According to the California Legislature, and the adoption of the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act in California, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements can include guidelines for both spouses financial holdings, assets and debts, and their agreed upon terms of distribution in the event of a divorce.

Shared Property

Shared property is assets that were acquired while together, and can include bank accounts, cars, or homes.

Debts

When a couple accrues debt, separately or together, terms are agreed upon for its division.

Separate or Community Property

Separate property is assets owned by one person before they entered the marriage but can also include earnings that were obtained during the marriage. Community property is property owned jointly by the married couple.

Spousal Support Terms

Spousal support is dictated through a specific calculation used by the state based on numerous factors – which differ for each marriage. Spousal support terms can be outlined in a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement but are typically only approved when the amount in the agreement is higher than the state’s mandate.

Inheritance Rights, Wills, and Trusts

When couples marry and bring children from previous marriages together, inheritance, will, and trusts are commonly included in prenuptial or postnuptial agreements to afford the children the rights to their parent’s assets without the spouse’s interference.

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements do not include child custody or child support terms.

Why Do Couples Establish Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements in Orange County?

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements have long carried a negative connotation. Couples certainly do not want to begin talking about what they are going to do with their finances should they divorce – especially if they are planning a wedding or have already wed.

At the Trugman Law Group APC, our Orange County family law lawyer believes any time is a good time to openly outline and discuss each person’s financial standing – especially when marriage it the next step, or just occurred.

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements provide an open and honest assessment of finances and the terms related to them that allow each person to know exactly where the other stands – even if it is never used. This forward-thinking agreement will alleviate arguments or any potential confusion regarding your separate and combined property – should you need it. Our Orange County family law attorney will walk you through the process effortlessly, allowing you and your spouse to move forward with certainty.

Contact the Trugman Law Group APC in Orange County Today to Schedule an Appointment

If you are experiencing family troubles and would like to speak to an experienced Orange County family law attorney today, call the Trugman Law Group at (310) 273-8834 to learn about your options, so you can make an informed decision regarding your future.

Directions to Orange County, CA to Trugman Law Group APC, Family & Divorce Law Firm, 1400 Quail Street, Suite 200 Newport Beach, CA 92660​

These directions are from Google Maps starting from:

Orange County, CA 

Total Est. Time: 12 min

Total Est. Distance:  7.6 miles

Orange County, California, USA

  • Get on State Rte 55 S in Santa Ana from Valencia Ave and Newport Ave
  • Head south-west towards Lansdowne Rd
  • Turn right onto Lansdowne Rd
  • Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Valencia Ave
  • Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Newport Ave
  • Use the left lane to turn left onto Edinger Ave
  • Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto the State Route 55 S slip road
  • Continue on State Rte 55 S to SE Bristol St. Take exit 16 from CA-73 S
  • Merge onto State Rte 55 S
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 5A towards State Route 73 S/San Diego
  • Merge onto CA-73 S
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 16 towards Irvine Ave/Campus Dr
  • Continue on SE Bristol St. Drive to Quail St in Newport Beach
  • Merge onto SE Bristol St
  • Turn left onto Birch St
  • Turn right onto Quail St

Destination will be on the left


Call us today 310-273-8834.

We are located at:

Trugman Law Group APC
1400 Quail Street, Suite 200 Newport Beach, CA 92660​

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