Sacramento Divorce Attorneys

Leading Mediation, Child Custody & Family Law Lawyers in Placer & El Dorado Counties

About half of marriages in the US end in divorce. Divorces are highly emotional situations that can have a significant impact on the rest of your life. When there's so much riding on such a volatile scenario, you need professional help. Choose the attorneys of the Stutz Law Office if you need a lawyer to handle your divorce, spousal support, child support, etc. 

The firm's founder, attorney Joshua Stutz, started the company in 2019 to help clients in the Placer County, CA area resolve their divorces and family law matters amicably. With a combined decade of experience between three on-staff lawyers, you can trust the Stutz Law Office to represent you through your divorce.

Call Stutz Law Office, P.C. at (916) 884-2235 today to schedule your free initial consultation.

Our Firm Assists with Spousal Support & More

Divorce cases have several components. You, your spouse, and your attorney will need to discuss several factors in your divorce, including:

  • Division of marital property - Anything that you and your spouse bought while you shared finances needs to be equitably distributed. In some cases (those with large assets, like real estate) this may mean liquidating certain assets and splitting the proceeds between both parties. However, you and your spouse may not split any assets you each owned before your marriage.
  • Child custody - This is often the most bitterly-contested part of a separation. In California, child custody has two main parts. First, it decides which parent a child will live with. Second, it determines which parent may make medical, educational, religious, and other choices regarding a child's upbringing.
  • Child support - if one parent has a significantly higher income than the other, a divorce may require a child support ruling. The court may mandate one parent to make monthly payments to the other, depending on which parent has custody of a child and each parent's income. After a court has ruled in favor of child support, a parent may pursue legal action if their former spouse doesn't pay.
  • Spousal support - Similar to child support, spousal support (alimony) refers to a monthly payment from one former spouse to another. These situations occur when one party makes significantly more money than the other. It allows the lower-earning spouse to maintain their standard of living post-divorce.

In many divorce cases, these components may be bitterly contested between each party. Additionally, the parties may have difficulty negotiating with each other one-on-one do to the highly emotional nature of these cases. Because of these factors, choose the attorneys of the Stutz Law Office to handle your divorce.

Contact a reputable family lawyer at Stutz Law Office, P.C. today.

The Stutz Law Office Difference

The Cornerstones of Our Practice
  • Constant Attorney-Client Communication
    We will always be transparent and establish open communication with our clients from Day 1.
  • Services Tailored to Your Needs
    No two cases are made the same. We will always listen to your individual case and find a solution that works best for you.
  • Client-Focused Representation
    At Stutz Law Office, our mission is to always put you first.
  • Payment Plans Available
    We work with you to find a payment schedule that fits your budget.
  • Free Consultations
    All initial consultations are 100% complimentary.