The Law Office of Edward Misleh - Sacramento's Attorney At Law
Sacramento attorney Edward Misleh is an attorney who practices family law in Sacramento, California. Our Sacramento attorney offers all new potential clients a free consultation. Our Sacramento attorney handles matters involving Divorce, Family Law, Domestic Violence, Estate Planning and Personal Injury. Should you need an attorney to represent you in one of our areas of practice, please call to arrange for a free consultation at no charge.
Includes California Estate Planning to address your will or trust. California dissolution or divorce which involves child custody, support and community property. Military divorce involving benefits, Tricare and support order. California Guardianship for grandparents and those seeking to help a partner or parent who may become incapacitated. California restraining orders for protection from others who commit domestic violence, are harassing or assault.
Our office will address all aspects of your divorce to include: legal separation, annulment, child custody, child support, spousal support, marital assets, community property, separate property, retirement plans, and pension divisions.
We have assisted many service members and non-military spouses with Veteran’s benefits, Thrift Savings Plans, retirements plans, and Tricare medical benefits.
Establishing and modifying child custody can include actions for sole custody, joint custody, physical custody, legal custody, and move-away orders.
For grandparents who would like to establish visitation with a grandchild. Guardianship can be used to assist a parents and spouse who may be incapacitated. It is also a mechanism to control and help administer another party’s estate.
Child support is awarded in a divorce or in a parenting action for those who may have children and are not married. Child support may need to be established, modified, or terminated.
Divorcing couples often must address spousal support, also known as alimony. Spousal support can be established as either temporary or permanent support. There will be times that spousal support can be modified and terminated.
Property acquired during the marriage by spouses is presumed to be community property. However, there are many other issues that arise when the parties divide community property such as; joint title, separate property contributions, reimbursements, business assets, and marriage debts.
Our office can draft you a will and/or a trust instrument. We also handle matters that may be filed in probate court for intestacy actions.
Those who suffer from abuse can file for either a Domestic Violence Restraining Orders or a Civil Harassment Restraining Order. The protective you will seek depends on whether or not you have a relationship with the abuser. Protective orders are generally ordered by a court pending a criminal complaint.
We will handle your claim for bodily harm at no charge. Our attorney does not get paid until your case is settled. Call our office to make an appointment should you be involved in an auto accident, vehicle mishaps, slip fall injury, accidental injury, or be hurt due to a property owner’s negligence.
We handle cases involving insurance claims to recover damages for bodily injury and property damages.