Advice from a Family Attorney | Orange County


When hiring a family attorney, Orange County clients may have certain expectations about the road ahead. Popular film and television may have taught you that the legal experience happens in a high-drama, fast-paced setting. You may envision the courtroom as the grounds for deciding the future of your finances, relationship with your children, ownership of assets, and so on.

In some ways, this portrayal is true: the court has the ability to change your entire life based on a single decision. With help from the right family attorney, Orange County clients can get the legal guidance they require.

Unfortunately, however, the courtroom is not the efficient and practical solution that it always appears to be on-screen. Your case may be better served by avoiding trial altogether.

Gregory W. Cabo and the Courtroom Process

Orange County family attorney Gregory Cabo has been representing clients with their most important cases for over a decade. He has represented men and women in divorce, separation, child custody, child support, and restraining order concerns, and he has done so with professionalism and dedication .

When Mr. Cabo works with you, he addresses the importance of handling legal concerns both inside and outside of court and the economics of each. Cases may require many courtroom appearances in order to make progress towards your goals, which are costly.  Further adding to the expense,  you may show up with your family attorney at an Orange County court ready for your hearing or trial and find that your matter is continued, requiring you to come back another day. The process costs time and money.

Resolving Courtroom Challenges

To avoid this outcome, Gregory Cabo will fully address your alternatives to going to court.  As an experienced attorney, Mr. Cabo is able to guide clients in deciding which issues can be mediated or settled and which require the attention of a judge.

Even difficult issues may be addressed through negotiation. In a courtroom, both parties run the risk of a judge making a decision that provides neither with what they want. Often, the parties are willing to find common ground on sensitive topics such as child custody and child support when the alternative is a lengthy, expensive, and risky trial.

As their legal counsel, Gregory Cabo advises Orange County clients about the legal options available to them and their advantages. He uses his experience to make recommendations about the best course of action, and he helps clients reach the best possible outcome for their case.

If you are looking for a family attorney in Orange County, schedule a free phone consultation with Gregory W. Cabo by calling (714) 771-2227.

 

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