When you come to Primus Family Law in San Diego for your first consultation, our attorneys will be happy to answer your questions, such as: How long will the divorce process take? How much will it cost? Will I have to move out of the house? If I stay in the house, can I change the locks? Do I have to keep my spouse on my insurance while the divorce is pending? Can I stop paying my spouse's cellphone bills? Our experienced San Diego divorce attorneys will gladly answer these questions and more during an initial consultation.
This family law case may be your first time working with a lawyer, and we believe it is our job to provide accurate answers to all of your questions, even the ones you may not have thought to ask. When you talk to us, you can expect us to speak in plain English, not legalese. We want to educate you about everything you need to know, because ultimately you will be making the important decisions as your case moves forward.
Your divorce may involve many issues, all of which will need to be addressed. Those issues may include:
Our San Diego family law firm has more than a decade of experience handling cases like yours, so you can be confident in our ability to handle every aspect of your case with care.
Primus Family Law frequently handles divorce and related matters for Navy, Marine, Air Force and Coast Guard personnel, including those stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Naval Base Point Loma and Naval Base San Diego.
These cases often involve unique scenarios, such as parents stationed overseas who want to ensure a continued and strong relationship with children, or Military personnel who require a divorce from a spouse they met while stationed overseas and brought back to the U.S. We have plenty of experience in representing those going through a Military divorce in San Diego and know how to guide you through them.