Why Minyard Morris?
When you need to retain a law firm for your Orange County Family Law matter, you have a number of options. What distinguishes Minyard Morris?
Family Law Practice Areas
- Breach of Fiduciary Duties
- Business Valuation
- Characterization and Division of Complex Assets
- Characterization and Equitable Apportionment
- Child Custody and Child Visitation
- Child Support
- Community Right to Reimbursement for a Portion of the Increase in Value of a Separate Property Business
- Deferred Compensation, Plan Valuation, and Characterization
- Divorce Litigation
- Domestic Violence
- Enforcement of Orders
- Modification of Orders - Post-Judgment
- Retirement Plan Valuation and Characterization
- Separate Property Tracing
- Spousal Support
- Stock Option Characterization and Apportionment
- Validity of Premarital and Postmarital Agreements
- Matthew S. Buttacavoli was recognized as a “Superhero of Tustin” by the Tustin Community Foundation for his work as a Director on the Board of Directors of Veteran’s Legal Institute (April 2018).
- Kevin Mooney, associate, recently co-authored an article in ACFLS Family Law Specialist, the official publication of the Association of Certified Family Law Specialists
- Michael A. Morris receives the 2018 OneOC "Spirit of Volunteerism" award for 2018.
Family Law Resources
Family Law Process and Procedure
Family Law Infographics
Family Law Case Updates
- A Premarital Agreement Written for a First Marriage Did Dot Apply to Property and Support Issues Arising from the Parties’ Second Marriage to Each Other
- A Divorce Court Must Give Effect To The Parties’ Mutual Intent Relative to the Interpretation of a Marital Settlement Agreement That Is Incorporated Into A Stipulated Judgment of Dissolution.
- The Mental Capacity Required to File for Legal Separation is Much Lower Than the Mental Capacity Required to Enter Contracts
- “Badgering” is Legally Insufficient, by Itself, to Support the Issuance of a Restraining Order Under the Domestic Violence Prevention Act
- Evidence of Mental Abuse May Be the Basis for an Order for Protection Under the Domestic Violence Prevention Act
- Behavior That Intentionally or Recklessly Causes Bodily Injury, or a Reasonable Fear of Imminent Serious Bodily Injury, or That Disturbs the Peace of the Other Party, Constitutes “Abuse” Under the Domestic Violence Prevention Act.
Family Law Self Help
We have compiled an online resource to assist you with your family law matter if you choose not to retain a lawyer.