San Diego, California, Divorce Attorneys

Regardless of your present circumstances or emotions, the changes associated with divorce can Keen and Genochio, we will seek a swift and fair resolution that protects your interests.

It is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible to get your proceedings started. California has a six-month mandatory waiting period for divorce. For your free initial case evaluation, call 619-232-2217 now.

Our experienced divorce attorneys handle a wide range of divorce-related issues for our clients, including the following:

  • Spousal support & alimony
  • Post-decree matters
  • Military divorce
  • Contested and uncontested
  • Dissolution
  • Marital settlement agreements

Property Division in California

California is a community property and no-fault divorce state. We will attempt to achieve a fair and equitable property division agreement for you. In a community property state, everything acquired during the marriage by both parties is considered shared property. Anything acquired before marriage or via gift or bequest is considered separate property.

Modification and Enforcement

It is important that agreement reached in a divorce continue to be honored in the future. At the law firm of Keen and Genochio, we assist clients that are seeking to have agreements modified or enforced, including:

  • Property division
  • Custody
  • Visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support

Helping Clients Meet the Needs of Their Children

At the San Diego law firm of Keen and Genochio, seeking a settlement that protects the best interest of our clients is our first choice. Approximately 90 percent of our divorce cases are resolved without litigation. Mediation is often a more attractive way to resolve a divorce dispute than going through litigation.

If there are children involved in the divorce, this is extremely important as the communication after a divorce sets the tone for future co-parenting. The better the communication between the parents, the better co-parenting will work for you and your children. In California, co-parenting is preferred to assigning sole custody to one parent.