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We work with ALL issues relating to family law. Do you wish to litigate or mediate? We welcome the LGBT community, Blended Families, Indian families, Traditional and Culturally Sensitive families and Divorcing Parents who have children with special needs, who need representation.

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Child Custody Relocation

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  • Tony M.

    Client

    "I had an order that required me to pay in excess of $2,000 per month in spousal support. I heard from my son that his mother had remarried but I was unable to locate any proof of her remarriage. I hired Desai Family Law Group who investigated the matter and found out that my ex wife had remarried in another state. This meant my spousal support terminated. Ms. Desai found out that I had been paying for 17 months longer than I needed to pay so she was able to obtain an order from the court that all the support I had paid beyond the date my ex wife had remarried was improper and that she needed to pay me back all of it. My ex wife even appealed the judge's decision and Ms. Desai fought the appeal and won that for me too. Ms. Desai's team is amazing."

  • Lawrence K.

    Client

    "I contacted Desai Family Law Group when I was desperately seeking to change attorneys as my attorney at the time was not returning my calls and my case was not moving along the way I wanted. When I contacted Desai Family Law Group I was able to get in to see Ms. Desai who evaluated my options on how to best proceed with dividing the assets and our family business. She provided me information that was not known to me. I spent a fortune with my prior attorney and Ms. Desai was able to conclude my case with an amazing outcome. I would recommend Ms. Desai and her team to anyone who asks me for a divorce lawyer."

  • Dave B.

    Client

    "I was devastated when my son's mother left CA with our son without notifying me. As soon as I found out I tried desperately to get her to come back, but she refused. I contacted Desai Family Law Group and her team was outstanding. They walked me through what my options were. They were thorough in the information they asked of me. They thought of things that had never crossed my mind. When my papers were prepared and I was asked to review them, I knew I had hired the right firm. Everything was so detailed. When I went to court Ms. Desai blew me away. She was professional and made arguments to the judge that he wanted to hear. She was referring to law that the judge already stated he knew because it was filed with my documents. I was impressed at how thorough and effective my attorney was. I know for certain that I would not have achieved the outcome I did without Ms. Desai and her team."

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18-05-2016

The Reality of Prenuptial Agreements

When it comes to the thorny issue of prenuptial agreements, there can be a very real difference of opinion between the financial advisors who recommend them to couples and the lawyers tasked with negotiating a final contract. On the surface, a “prenup” might seem to be a sensible, if unromantic, safeguard against the breakdown of a legal relationship, comparable to life-insurance or a power of attorney, but the reality is anything but simple. In many cases, a prenuptial agreement, at best, amounts to a shaky substitute for the strong financial understandings that underpin successful first marriages, while at their worst, qualify as the coerced waiver of legal marital rights by the financially weaker (though legally and morally equal) party. That’s to say nothing of the emotional damage a prenup can cause early in a marriage, the potential strain it can place on the weaker party’s relationship with in-laws, nor the disregard the prenuptial prerogative shows for the fair and balanced contingencies already written into the DNA of marital law.