When an issue impacting your family requires a legal solution, you want representation you can trust. At Granowitz, White & Weber in San Bernardino, we provide more than knowledgeable assistance: our family law attorney, Richard A. Granowitz, is a specialist in family law certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. This means Mr. Granowitz has met rigorous standards above and beyond admission to the bar, including a high level of experience in the field, written testing, enhanced education requirements, and favorable reviews by judges and fellow attorneys. Mr. Granowitz is also highly responsive to your concerns and works diligently to provide legal solutions that meet your needs.
If you are planning to dissolve your marriage or domestic partnership, we provide highly professional representation for all aspects of your divorce, child custody or other family law matter:
Inland Empire families and individuals have relied on Granowitz, White & Weber to guide them through the divorce or other family law process since our firm’s founding in 1983. With decades of experience, our office understands that the emotional issues involved in family law matters can be overwhelming, making it difficult to clearly assess legal and financial concerns.
We are here to voice and protect your rights and interests during this difficult time, emphasizing sound, responsible advice and representation. Recognizing that a divorce is often the first time our clients have had to retain a lawyer and deal with the legal system, our firm makes every effort to serve as a calming force for our clients, while providing the best possible result at the conclusion of divorce or other family law proceedings.
If you are a parent, your child’s health and well-being means the world to you. We assist with parenting plans during and after divorce or other family law proceedings, and we litigate custody issues to protect your parental rights. We fight for fair child support orders in keeping with state guidelines. We also provide representation in paternity actions to protect your rights to custody or visitation, as well as a fair child support order. Once you have a support order, we can help with motions for modifications or enforcement, as the need arises.
If you are going to be married, you should consider whether a prenuptial or premarital agreement might be appropriate. If you have significantly more assets than your intended spouse, a “prenup” may protect your property rights in case of divorce. Provided you negotiate the terms well in advance of the wedding and make a full disclosure of your finances and assets, the premarital agreement may be fully enforceable in court. However, if there has been fraud or misrepresentation, or coercion in the execution of a prenup, or for other reasons, a court could declare the prenup contract invalid. We have extensive experience in this area of the law and can help you execute a prenuptial agreement that will have greater probability to withstand challenges later and stand up in court.
Family law disputes can be very stressful. But, knowing that a certified specialist in family law is protecting your rights, interests and property can give peace of mind from the beginning of the process to its successful conclusion. To schedule a consultation, call Granowitz, White & Weber at 909-890-1717 or contact our San Bernardino office online.