Family Law Attorney
Playa Vista: (424) 500-2983
Century City: (310) 310-2236
evan@evanbraunsteinlaw.com

evan@evanbraunsteinlaw.com

Fixed Fee Los Angeles Divorce and Family Law Attorney

The Law Offices of Evan Braunstein provides fixed fee services for all of your Los Angeles divorce and family law needs. Unlike most other family law attorneys, we do not bill by the hour but instead charge a fixed fee for our work on your case. This efficient billing approach offers you the predictability of knowing how much our services will cost and the assurance of knowing that everything necessary will be done. You will be able to talk to us and ask questions without wondering how much the call will cost. We provide all clients with free 24x7 online access so that you can safely and securely view all of your documents as well as an updated calendar and timeline detailing the status, progress and due dates in your case. With more than ten years experience representing clients in a variety of divorce and family law matters, our goal is to aggressively protect your interests without the financial and emotional burden of unnecessary litigation.


Playa Vista Office

12777 West Jefferson Blvd., Building D,
Ste 3001
Playa Vista, CA 90066

Century City Office

10100 Santa Monica Blvd, Ste 300
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Client Testimonials

It is impossible to quantify what Evan has done for me and my family. After years of turmoil, Evan navigated some very sensitive situations, always keeping my family’s best interests at heart. Evan delivered great results in an incredibly efficient and reasonable manner… Continue reading

Megan

Most Recent Blog Post

How to Help Your Children During the Divorce Process

Monday, August 20th, 2018
Categories: Blog, Filing for Divorce, Legal Separation

When parents in Los Angeles decide to get divorced, the process of dissolving the marriage can be especially difficult for children. A Los Angeles divorce lawyer will tell you that sometimes kids mistakenly believe that they played a role in causing the divorce, while other children and teens simply have trouble coping with the fact that their parents will not be living together any longer or that they will need to spend time at two different homes in order to maintain relationships with both parents. The way a child responds to the divorce process is dependent upon many different factors, such as the child’s age and his or her current relationship with parents and siblings.

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Evan Braunstein

evan@evanbraunsteinlaw.com
Phone: (424) 500-2983
Fax: (310) 492-4025

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