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Saturday, June 2, 2007

Meeting with a Vallejo Family Law Lawyer -- What you Need to Bring

A Vallejo family law lawyer specializes in the family law relationships which encompass adoption, child custody, visitation rights, domestic violence, divorce, juvenile dependency and delinquency, marital property rights, support obligations, and paternity. Because these personal relationships are governed by state law, what constitutes "family law" may vary from state to state.

Vallejo Family law is the name given to the branch of civil law that a family lawyer or a Vallejo family law lawyer covers. Basically, a Vallejo family law lawyer spends 99% of their fime with divorces, but here's what a Vallejo family law lawyer would say if you asked them what they do...

I handle all sorts of law including, but not limited to: the legal relationships among family members, including husbands, wives, parents, children, and domestic partners. As a Vallejo family law lawyer, I specialize in the family law relationships which encompass adoption, child custody, visitation rights, and domestic violence. As a Vallejo family law lawyer, I also litigate cases involving divorce, juvenile dependency and delinquency, marital property rights, support obligations, and paternity.


If you're thinking of meeting with a Vallejo family law lawyer, this is a comprehensive list of everything you might need. Yeah I know, it's alot. But you are dealing with a Vallejo family law lawyer. Lawyers sweat the small stuff. This is an abbreviated list. The lawyer might ask for more or less. Either way, and you probably get the idea. They're going to need a great deal of info about you. Give this info to them. It will help them do their job. And it will save you money.

1. Information about your marital status:
  • All marriage information (past and present).

2. Personal information about you and your spouse:
  • Full names and dates of birth of all your children (natural and adopted).
  • Full legal names and contact information.
  • Date and place of births.

3. Summary of your assets:
  • You need to tell your Vallejo family law lawyer the location of safety deposit box and important papers.
  • You need to tell your Vallejo family law lawyer the Location of cash, bank accounts, securities, deeds, etc., with account numbers.

4. Summary of debts
  • You need to tell your Vallejo family law lawyer about any any debts, such as loans, guarantees, promissory notes, mortgages, and amount owed and to whom (include held by you for others).

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