916-921-6925
Law Office of Richard R. Johnson
Representing Clients In Sacramento And Surrounding Areas

Guiding You Through The Divorce Process

The divorce process can be highly emotional. Even if the split is entirely amicable, you may still experience feelings of loss. It is important to seek help from an experienced family law attorney who can provide you with the legal counsel you need, guide you through the process and serve as your advocate.

At the Law Office of Richard R. Johnson, our attorney brings more than 30 years of legal experience to family law matters. Call our Sacramento office at 916-921-6925.

Helping You Move Forward

The traditional view of divorce is that it is an adversarial, winner-take-all process. While in some cases the differences between a couple are too vast to overcome without a trial, we prefer an approach that is designed to minimize conflict. Negotiation can help you reach a resolution on your own terms and is often faster than a divorce that is litigated in court. Of course, if negotiations break down, we are prepared to protect your interests in front of a judge.

Comprehensive Services

We will handle every aspect of your divorce matter, including issues concerning property division, child custody and visitation, child support and spousal support. We are dedicated to thoroughly explaining your options every step of the way so that you can make the most informed decisions about your future.

Contact Our Lawyer For Help With Your Divorce In California

To learn more about our family law practice and how we may be able to help you, call our office in Sacramento at 916-921-6925. You may also contact us online and we will respond to your message promptly.

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