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Welcome to our official blog site. Sperling Diarian & McAllister is a results-oriented law firm practicing exclusively in the area of Family Law, including complex divorce and family law matters.

We are dedicated to providing zealous, cost-effective representation. With over 45 years combined experience, the attorneys at Sperling Diarian & McAllister know the twists and turns f family law. We can help you successfully navigate the court systems for the best resolution for your case.

Our attorneys work as a team to finalize your case in the most efficient manner, and we pass on the savings to you. We are fierce litigators who know the law, the judges, and the courts. We also know when to use a gentle approach and resolve a case amicably when you do not want to go to Trial.

Our practice areas include:

  • DUI Defense
  • Misdemeanors and Felonies
  • Breach of Contract
  • Property Disputes
  • California Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce)
  • Spousal and Child Support Orders
  • Complex  Property Division
  • Financial Tracing of Assets
  • Child Custody and Visitation Orders
  • Child Custody Move Away Cases
  • Post-Judgment Modification
  • Paternity/Parentage (Unmarried Custody)
  • Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
  • Civil Harassment Restraining Orders
  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
  • Mediation and Collaborative Law
  • Limited Scope Representation
  • Same Sex Divorce and Dissolution of Domestic Partnerships
  • High Asset Divorce
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