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Without the help of an experienced family law attorney, conflicts over issues such as child custody, visitation and spousal support can cause lengthy and expensive litigation. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation with an experienced family law attorney.

Representation by a California Board-Certified Family Law Specialist

Attorney Brenda McCune has been recognized with numerous honors and awards since beginning her family law practice in 1996. Today, our law firm in Brea offers honest, results-oriented representation for men and women facing divorce in Orange County or Los Angeles County, as well as people who need to seek changes in child support or custody. Ours is a respected law firm also equipped to deal with paternity cases and matters involving domestic violence. To request a free consultation, call 714.660.2296 or 888.841.3203 (Toll Free) today or contact us online.

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Name

Email Address

Phone Number

What is the nature of your inquiry?
Divorce
Child Support
Child Custody
Division of Property
Spousal Abuse
Premarital Agreement
Other

Please let us know if we should contact you confidentially and list the phone number and address contact information.

Name and address of employer

Job title and description

Employed since

Name of spouse

Number of years married

Do you have children and if so, what are their ages?

Have you been divorced before, and if so, please list the dates of your previous marriages and divorces.

Are you currently separated from your current spouse?
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Date last lived together

Have you discussed reconciliation?

If so, what is the status?

Have there been any incidents of violence in the marriage?

Is your spouse currently represented by an attorney?

If yes, please list the name of the firm and/or attorney.

Please provide a general description of the assets of both parties.

Please provide a general description of the liabilities of both parties.

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