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Helpful Tools for Divorce in California

Court appearances are costly both in time and money spent. Further, they are emotionally charged, since the adversarial court system is actually designed to pit one party against another. During a divorce, this court 'contest' has a hugely destructive effect on already unsteady family relationships. With our help, you can resolve your situation in the best way possible for your entire family, preserving your relationships and your financial resources. To speak with a highly skilled Los Angeles divorce lawyer today, please call us at (818) 348-6700.

The following tools are designed to provide help for divorcing parties in Los Angeles County. These tools are not intended to replace the advice of an attorney. For complete help with your case, you should seek the advice of legal counsel in your city and state.

The Pre-Divorce Survey
This is a comprehensive survey to help you clarify the level of complexity and conflict in your marriage or divorce and to help you select the divorce process best suited to your needs.

https://www.cse.ca.gov/ChildSupport/cse/guidelineCalculator - Child Support Calculator
This online child support calculator will help give you an estimate of what you can expect to pay (or receive) in child support, according to California state guidelines. This tool is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed attorney. You are admonished to seek legal counsel in your city and state.

www.211LACounty.org - Community Help Line

The 211 LA County is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that provides free, confidential services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 140 languages. Their services include, but are not limited to, parental visitation, prenatal care, transportation, community health resources, and child care.

www.lasuperiorcourt.org - Los Angeles Superior Court: Self-Help

The Los Angeles Superior Court website offers several self-help tools on their website. While beneficial, these self-help tools are not intended to replace the advice of an attorney.