Contested

Los Angeles Divorce Attorneys with Many Years of Experience

The contested divorce is a divorce case in which both spouses are having difficulty coming to an agreement about the specifics of a divorce, requiring a court to make a decision regarding disputed issues. When you are prepared to go the next stage of your life, it is critically important to make sure it begins in a positive manner.

At Oddenino Law Group, our Los Angeles contested divorce attorneys work to ensure that our clients receive the best possible courtroom advocacy in their divorce cases. We work to make sure your arguments are heard and taken into consideration. Our firm has a strong track record of reaching positive outcomes for our clients regarding property division. When children are involved, we understand the sensitivity and delicacy of matters such as custody and visitation. We take your concerns seriously and work diligently to protect your interests and the best interests of your children.

Our firm proudly offers the following:

  • Many decades of collective experience
  • Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent® Rating
  • Avvo 10.0 Superb Rating

Attending to Both Your Legal and Emotional Needs

A contested divorce inevitably causes stress and anxiety and the experienced efforts of a qualified attorney will help you through those difficult periods. At Oddenino Law Group we understand that during the turmoil of a divorce, it is important to have not just a legal advocate, but also the benefit of a steady hand in guiding you through the stormy weather of litigation. We will be there for you during the difficult times.

Find Out What We Can Do

Your choice of attorney in a contested divorce will have a big impact on how the rest of your life plays out. You can rely on the attorneys at Oddenino Law Group to offer you the counsel and guidance that the difficult times demand.

Learn about what the representation of Oddenino Law Group can mean for you by arranging for a consultation. Call us today or provide your details on our online form.