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The New Year could mean a new you, and in more ways than one. Whether you have resolved to ease stress, spend more time with family, or lose weight, you are likely to address how to make your life better for you and those you love. For many Californians, this means ending a toxic marriage that has caused them heartache and financial loss. If you have found yourself in this situation, then you may have considered our last blog post about New Year divorce tips quite helpful.

Knowing how to divorce successfully and in a way that supports your best interests is important, sure, but the logistics of it can be cumbersome and challenging. Yet, adequately handling these legal issues can directly affect the outcome of your divorce. If, for example, you know that you need to show that sole child custody is in your child's best interests, but don't know how to show it, then you may wind up sharing custody with your ex-spouse, or even losing custody altogether.

At Kaspar & Lugay LLP. Our skilled family law attorneys diligently work with their clients to identify their needs and the steps that need to be taken to achieve those needs. We know what evidence a court will be looking for when dealing with a particular legal issue, so we gear our advocacy to persuasively present that evidence. Our experienced attorneys individually tailor each case to ensure their clients receive the dedicated advocacy they need and deserve in what could be a contentious proceeding.

So, if divorce is for you in the New Year, then you may want to consider how best to present your case before you move forward. If you feel uncomfortable doing so on your own, then you should take comfort in the fact that competent family law attorneys are available to assist you and protect your legal interests.

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