Child Custody, Visitation and Support.
Child custody and parental visitation will have a significant impact on your children and your parenting role. Let me help you handle these sensitive and critical aspects of family law.
I Can Help With
Divorce & Separation
Hi, I’m Debra Opri
With every case I take I bring a skilled and focused legal advocacy to help my clients achieve the results they are looking for.
While I am best known for my representation in high-profile and notable cases, it’s my personal touch with each client big or small that has garnered me recognition and praise.
Fighting for what’s right for your child can be hard, stressful and overwhelming, but I am here to help. With over 30 years of experience I have fought for clients in every possible scenario and I can promise you I can offer exceptional and effective representation.
Experienced Legal Counsel for Child Custody, Visitation and Support
Custody, visitation, and support require the knowledge, compassion, and personal attention that I bring to each case.
In California, the courts must consider what is in the best interests of the child when it comes to these matters. Various factors are considered and I know what the courts are looking at and what they are looking for. Having me on your side to assist will ensure the best possible outcome for you and your child.
I Have Handled Many Complex Disputes
There are many matters affected in the wake of a divorce or separation, my experience with all the complexities of them lead to incredible results. I have a successful track record in settling and litigating many high-conflict matters, including:
Know the Different Types of Child Custody
In the state of California there are varying custody arrangements. The two primary types are “Physical Custody” and “Legal Custody.” Physical custody refers to which parent the child lives with, and legal custody refers to which parent has the legal authority and duty to make important decision’s regarding the child’s life. For each of these categories, one parent might be granted “sole custody” or both parents might be granted “joint custody.”