Why People Consistently Choose Us
J.Cha & Associates is a results oriented law firm working closely with our clients to understand their needs and goals. Whether it's accomplishing a goal through mediation and negotiation or aggressive litigation, we evaluate each case to create an effective strategy unique to each case to maximize success while working as efficiently as possible.
We understand that no one wants to be in a legal situation requiring the courts and attorneys, and by the time our office has been contacted, all prior efforts to resolve conflict have already been exhausted. We also understand that when dealing with matters related to family, the legal process can be just as daunting as the underlying conflict itself. We believe educating our clients to help them understand the legal process, their options, expectations, and realistic outcomes is critical in helping our clients move forward.
Our clients trust our experience and expertise to guide them through the legal process during one of the most difficult times in their lives. if you think J.Cha & Associates may be the right fit for you.
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
Whether you’ve been married for only a few months or married for decades, at J.Cha & Associates we tailor our services and create a strategy that best fits your needs. Every marriage is unique and it's our job is to help you to obtain the results that will help you achieve your goals and shape your future and ability to move forward.
CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION
Child custody and visitation becomes an issue when parents are not able to agree on what type of custodial arrangement is in the best interest of their child when they are no longer together. At J.Cha & Associates, we understand the importance of maintaining the parent-child relationship and we work closely with our clients to help amicable solutions with the other parent whenever possible.
Child support is the amount of money that a court orders a parent or both parents to pay every month to help pay for their child's living expenses. California state law says that every parent has a duty to financially support his or her child. Child support is payable until the child turns 18 years old, but if the child is still in high school at 18 years of age, until the child turns 19 years old in high school.
Oustanding service, extremely knowledgeable and trustworthy!
"As the NCP trying to establish a relationship with my daughter for the past several years, Jessica helped bring about a fair and equitable resolution and was well-prepared before the hearing. She is thorough and takes the time to explain in plain language every potential outcome. What I appreciate most about Jessica is her honesty and frankness. With Jessica, you'll have trustworthy counsel by your side. What more can you ask for?"