5826 East Naples Plaza
Long Beach, CA 90803-5039 

Divorce Lawyer Lakewood CA

William B. Evans is a well known divorce lawyer in Lakewood CA, with 34 years experience in providing family law services. Graduated from Pepperdine University School of  Law in 1978, he is presently a Teaching fellow in the arena of legal research and analysis.

Specializes in dealing with complex divorce cases, child custody, child support issues, he is serving the natives of California with his excellent skills and accomplishments. Awarded as a top rated lawyer in Southern Califonia’s 2013 edition; in a survey conducted by Martindale Hubble, the National Law Journal and the Los Angeles Times.

Vision & Mission

He fights for what is right and can go an extra mile for justice. He handles each and every case with complete compassion and discretion. Quick and efficient resolution is assured, and the law proceedings are done effectively. Each and every case is taken and practiced in the Court of law with deliberate compassion and discretion.

In divorce proceedings, it does not matter which spouse has filed the case for separation, however, to file first serves some strategic advantages. The reputed divorce lawyer Lakewood, California, deals in providing justice in the cases related to:

  • Dissolution of marriage process
  • Spousal Support
  • Prenuptial Agreement
  • Executive divorce
  • Division of Marital Property
  • Paternity Issues
  • Child Custody & Support

Our Proceedings

Based on the complexity of the divorce case, the trial for dissolution of marriage is processed following either of the three outlines, that includes Collaboration, Divorce Mediation and Traditional Litigation.

We, as the best divorce lawyer Lakewood CA, understand the emotions and sentiments related to each and every aspect of the divorce proceedings. Therefore, the sensitivity is maintained throughout the process, especially when it is about child custody and support. Even though, each parent holds the legal rights to make decisions about their child’s life, the Court of law is obligated for making decisions that is in the child’s best interest.