California Family Law
Robin Gross first began her legal career with several years in a boutique San Francisco family law firm in the late 1990’s and has built on that early family law litigation experience for more than 20 years.
There is no single path a divorce can take. They are as unique as the individuals ending the partnership. Whether contested or uncontested, you should retain the best counsel that you can find because your family and your future is on the line.
Divorce can involve litigation, mediation, or collaboration, and Imagine Law attorneys can assist you on all three types of legal processes to help you achieve a fair and efficient result. Whether you are considering a divorce, already in the middle of one, or in need of enforcement or modification of an order post-divorce, you need an attorney who will support you and fight for your rights in and out of the court room. California attorney Robin Gross demonstrates empathy for her clients while being a forceful advocate on the legal issues that matter most in your life.
Robin provides thoughtful and strategic legal advice and an open line of communication with clients to ensure you are happy with the final outcome. An aggressive litigator when necessary, Robin will apply the facts and the law in your favor to win the result that you want and need. Some divorces involve high conflict while others can be quite peaceful and we have experience and success with both types of situations. We can negotiate a better settlement and ensure that you are getting everything that you are entitled to receive under California law.
We serve family law clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and are available to speak with you regarding your family law issues. Schedule your consultation today.Family Law Issues Where We Can Assist:
- Divorce & Separation
- Child Custody & Visitation
- Spousal & Child Support
- Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
- Same Sex Marriage
- Modification & Enforcement Proceedings
- Property Division & Community Property
- Parental Rights
- Parental Alienation
- Mediation & Negotiation