The following are frequently asked questions about services provided by the Brian J. Kramer Professional Corporation in contested family law matters, and how to retain the law firm in connection with your case.
Q: What is a Certified Family Law Specialist, and why is it important for me to retain a specialist instead of a general practitioner?
Q: What can I expect in my dissolution action, and do I need an attorney to represent me?
Q: How is spousal support computed in California, and how can a lawyer assist me in getting spousal support or defending against an onerous support award?
Q: How is child custody determined in California, and how can an attorney assist me in getting a favorable custody order?
Q: How do I retain Brian J. Kramer Professional Corporation, and what are his rates and billing practices?
Q: Does Brian Kramer provide an initial consultation, and is there a charge for that service?
Q: How can I make the most out of my initial consultation with Brian Kramer?
The following are frequently asked questions about services offered by Brian J. Kramer Professional Corporation involving the modification of existing child, spousal and/or custody orders.
Q: Can a family law judgment or order be modified, and, if so, why should I use counsel to seek a modification?
Q: How can a party obtain a modification of a child support order?
Q: How can a party obtain a modification of a spousal support order?
Q: How can a party obtain a modification of a child custody and visitation order?
Q: If a family law judgment for child or spousal support or property division is not being complied with by your ex-spouse, what actions can you take to protect your rights?
The following are frequently asked questions about the collaborative law services offered by the Brian J. Kramer Professional Corporation.
Q: Does Brian Kramer serve as a mediator and/or offer collaborative family law services?
Q: What is collaborative family law?
Q: Will the collaborative law process work in my case?
Q: What issues can be resolved through the collaborative family law approach?
The following are frequently asked questions that clients considering entering into premarital agreements will find useful. Brian Kramer has prepared scores of matrimonial agreements for his clients, and is the founder of LAPrenupLawyer.Com
Brian has spent considerable time and effort answering frequently asked questions that prospective clients tend to have who are contemplating entering into a prenuptial, cohabitation and/or postnuptial agreement. If you are considering entering into a premarital agreement, you will find that the answers to these frequently asked questions to be a terrific resource, and one you should thoroughly read if you are considering entering into a premarital agreement.
Q: Should I enter into a prenuptial agreement?
Q: Why should I retain Brian Kramer to prepare or review a matrimonial agreement?
Q: Will my fiancee also need to be represented by his or her own counsel?
Q: How long prior to marriage should I retain family law counsel to prepare my premarital agreement?
Q: How do I begin the process of retaining Brian J. Kramer, P.C. to represent me in connection with my premarital agreement?
Q: Is a prenuptial agreement lawful in California, and what subject matters may be covered in such an agreement?
Q: Can spousal support be waived or modified through a prenuptial agreement?
Q: Will one of those generic prenuptial contact forms that I can buy over the Internet work to protect my interests?
Q: After marriage can we amend or modify our prenuptial agreement?
Q: I am thinking about asking my fiancé or fiancee to enter into a prenuptial agreement, how should I raise this sensitive subject without engendering negative feelings?
Q: What is a postnuptial agreement and why do people enter into them?
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