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Roseville Divorce Attorney

At Hughes Law Group, we help guide you through the divorce process and empower you to make your own decisions.

  • Attorneys Who Care

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  • Dedicated Support

Divorce doesn’t need to be painful

Filing for divorce in Placer County is never easy, but the process can be made much easier by hiring the right attorney. 

You need an experienced family law attorney who knows how to make the process as painless as possible while getting fair results for your case. Hughes Law Group has successfully helped our family law and divorce clients in Roseville with child custody, child support, spousal support, property division and other issues related to legal separation or dissolution of marriage (divorce) cases since 1993.

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How a Roseville divorce lawyer can help.

You don’t need to struggle with family law issues.  Hughes Law Group can advise and advocate for you.

Establish fair custody of your children

It's important to get the appropriate help. Child custody cases are complex and difficult to navigate without an experienced family law attorney. Contact a custody attorney that practices regularly in Placer county.

Child Custody »

Reduce your financial burden

Spousal support is intended to ease the transition from shared income to two separate households.  Initial awards of temporary spousal support orders can vary widely from post-judgment amounts.  Give yourself peace of mind knowing that our experienced attorneys can fully analyze these all support factors customized for your situation.

Spousal Support »

Ensure your child is supported financially

We understand the enormous financial burden an inadequate child support creates.  We can work with you to negotiate an appropriate amount or secure correctly-calculated mandatory guideline child support whenever a settlement is not possible.

Child Support »

Identify and divide your marital property fairly

You are entitled to one-half of your community estate acquired during your marriage, but you are not required to share any of your separate property estate.  Your spouse is required to make certain disclosures of financial information to you.  Everyday, we assist with identifying these estates and fairly dividing them so our clients can move on.

Division of Marital Estate »
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We’ll handle the details so you can focus on moving forward.

Our team works closely with you to create a plan that meets your needs while providing personalized attention throughout the process.