A Matrimonial Law Firm Dedicated to Professional Excellence
A man seeking custody of his children accuses his ex-wife of having a mental impairment that affects her parenting abilities. The mother turns to the Southern California-based Brandon Law Group for guidance. With the help of a qualified psychologist, the firm’s lawyers prove she is of sound mind. As a result, she retains custody.
A husband and wife, in the midst of a divorce, are co-owners of a successful media company. One expert says the company is worth over $4 million.
Brandon Law, with the help of its own expert, demonstrates the true value is substantially less, thereby saving the firm’s client over $2 million in a buyout.
One of Southern California’s most experienced boutique matrimonial law firms, Brandon Law leaves no stone unturned when preparing cases. From prenuptial agreements to divorces, alimony, paternity, domestic partnership issues, international custodial disputes and more, Brandon Law balances toughness with diplomacy, always seeking to minimize stress. The firm even offers mediation services as an alternative to complex, contentious litigation.
“We manage cases in a way that minimizes costs and at the same time deliver very deliberate, detail-oriented work that is of high value,” says Lisa Brandon, founder and principal.
AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Brandon Law practices in both Orange and Los Angeles counties. With four attorneys on staff, the firm is small enough to provide personal attention, but experienced enough to handle cases of any complexity, particularly those involving large estates, complex business valuation issues or executives with complicated compensation packages.
As a former business owner, and with an educational background in accounting, Brandon understands the unique legal challenges facing entrepreneurs and executives who are facing divorce. Most cases are settled out of court, but Brandon is prepared to go to the mat, if necessary, to defend her clients’ interests.
“I tell my clients the truth, even if it’s not what they want to hear,” she says. “If I believe what is going to happen in court is not in their best interests, I will not proceed with the hearing. My goal is to obtain the best possible result for the client, regardless of circumstances.”
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Long Beach, CA 90802