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Oceanside Divorce Attorneys

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Getting Divorced In CaliforniaOver time, even the closest couples can grow apart. Many partners eventually reach a point at which it becomes necessary to go their separate ways. In these situations, divorce is typically the best option for moving on. However, the divorce process can be considerably complex, particularly in relation to issues such as child custody and division of property. Therefore, it is often essential to have an attorney’s representation when pursuing divorce.

Regardless of how amicable your divorce is, dealing with the legal matters necessary to finalizing a divorce can be difficult. This is particularly true when other complexities are introduced, such as a spouse who lives in another country. Fortunately, with the help of a qualified Oceanside divorce attorney, you can finalize your divorce while effectively resolving all the issues and disputes along the way. Our team at Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP is dedicated to helping Southern Californians reach the resolutions they need to begin moving on with their lives.

Contact us online or call (760) 621-7101 to get started with a complimentary consultation with a divorce lawyer in Oceanside, CA.

Different Types of Divorce

Depending on the circumstances of their unique situation, a couple may pursue divorce in a number of different ways. At Fischer & Van Thiel, we handle them all.

Our team assists clients with:

No matter which of these types of divorce you feel is right for you, it is always best to have an experienced and knowledgeable Oceanside divorce attorney on your side, guiding you through the often frustrating divorce process and making sure your interests are represented every step of the way.

Causes of Irreconcilable Differences

“Irreconcilable differences” is a term used when neither spouse is at fault for a divorce. In many of these cases, the couple simply cannot agree on some fundamental issues and the spouses are subsequently struggling to maintain the foundations of their marriage. Some of the issues that may lead to an irreconcilable differences divorce include:

  • Financial struggles
  • Physical separation
  • Disagreements overwork
  • Political differences
  • Religious differences
  • Domestic issues

Seeking the advice of a legal professional can help you better understand the many complexities associated with divorce and help ensure that your rights and interests are protected.

Contested Vs. Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce in San Diego occurs when both parties agree on how they will settle the terms of their marriage. Most often, couples will choose the option to save on time and expense, as it can help can help reduce the cost in comparison to divorce litigation.

Contested divorce, on the other hand, is often fraught with issues that can often be more highly disputable. You may not be able to come to an agreement with your spouse, and thus it may require more time to define and pursue your goals.

You Can Count on Fischer & Van Thiel

We are prepared to assist you with every facet of your divorce, from child custody arrangements to property division disputes. Our divorce lawyers in Oceanside have decades of combined experience to put to work for you.

Our dedicated staff works out of three different law offices located in San Marcos, Carlsbad, and Oceanside. Even though we are only in these three locations, our firm is proud to serve clients in San Diego County, North County, Camp Pendleton, and throughout Southern California.

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Contact us online or give us a call at (760) 621-7101 to schedule your complimentary case evaluation.

Why Choose

Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP
  • Over 15 Years of Experience
  • Available 24/7 By Appointment
  • Complimentary 30 Minute Consultations
  • Committed to Protecting Your Rights
  • Serving Your Children’s Best Interests