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Law Office of Laurence J. Brock

Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730

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Law Office of Laurence J. Brock
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10670 Civic Center Dr
Suite 130
Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730
United States

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Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5 PM

About Law Office of Laurence J. Brock

Attorney Laurence J. Brock is a divorce lawyer in Rancho Cucamonga who has practiced family law for over 25 years, you can depend on our teams experience, counsel, and integrity to help preserve your dignity as we guide you through the emotional journey and intricate legal process. 

From divorce to child support, alimony to child custody, our Rancho Cucamonga family lawyers know how to get the results you need to protect the best interests of your family. Contact our firm today to get started on resolving your family law issue today.

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Calfornia Family Law 101

Family law encompasses divorce, custody battles, and child support arrangements. Special courts known as family courts have been established to handle these cases. It's critical to find an experienced family law attorney who can help you understand your rights, as you find peace and stability.While some people prefer to represent themselves in court in family law cases, consulting a family law attorney can help you protect your interests. Furthermore, when you meet with your attorney, you will discuss important issues such as your financial...Continue Reading...

How to Settle a Child Custody Dispute

A child custody dispute can be a distressing event, not only for the parents but for the child as well. Legal custody itself entails not only the right to be with your child. It also includes things like the right to make important decisions about your child. So it is important for both parents to get it right.The best way to resolve a child custody dispute is to explore out-of-court options. There are many ways of sorting out the issue of custody between you and your partner. An out-of-court settlement not only ensures a quick resolution of the...Continue Reading...

Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live with in California?

Divorce is challenging under the best of circumstances. But when child custody is involved, the process becomes much more complicated. Parents often disagree on who should have primary custody. However, it’s easy to forget the child could also have a preference for who they want to live with.Many states, including California, require family courts to take the child’s preferences into consideration. So how does this work? Can a child choose which parent to live with in California? Here’s a quick overview.How California Decides...Continue Reading...

Common Divorce Issues in California

You may know at least one person who has been through a divorce. They probably told you a horror story about how the process went down. Lots of people deal with stress, anxiety, worry, and other issues during a divorce. This is an emotional time for a couple calling it quits, and it can be emotional for others involved.Some divorce cases are more difficult to resolve than others. The longer the marriage lasted, the more difficult it can be to unbind two lives. It is possible to resolve divorce issues, though right now, it may seem impossible. Read...Continue Reading...

Mediation vs. Court: Which One Is Right for You?

When you’ve made the difficult decision that divorce is the right step for you, you probably want the process to be over as quickly as possible. You just want to move on with your life. Divorce can be a messy, traumatic experience, and it’s probably difficult to work out disputes between you and your ex.Many people struggle to resolve divorce issues on their own, so they must try to get them worked out another way. The two main ways to resolve these issues is through mediation or divorce court. There is no right or wrong way to resolve...Continue Reading...