Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) February 19, 2009
A comprehensive resource list has been released providing information on low cost/no cost, non-profit agencies in Los Angeles and Ventura County that assist in family law services. The information can be found on the website of the law offices of Feinberg & Waller, A Professional Corporation, on the resources page at http://www.feinbergwaller.com/CM/Custom/Resource-Links.asp.
The family law office of Feinberg & Waller provides information on court-based programs for domestic violence clinics. The resource includes information for self-represented family law litigants in Los Angeles and Ventura County. The resource page also contains information on legal centers that assist at no or low cost in matters relating to family law. These matters include services for child custody, domestic violence, restraining orders, spousal and child support, marital dissolutions, paternity actions, and child support collection.
All too often families in crisis don't know where to turn for help. For many, hiring a lawyer is cost prohibitive. There is a real need for help particularly if there is a situation of domestic violence in the home. Families involved in custody battles often don't know where to seek help if they cannot afford it. Families can turn to several of the centers in the Los Angeles and Ventura County area who provide free services. These clinics can help with Family Law domestic matters. Divorce is a traumatic event, involving thousands of families annually. There are low cost ways to obtain a divorce without spending a good deal of money. There are resources available that will assist in safety, crisis intervention, and document preparation services. There is information and referrals available for people facing and experiencing the trauma of divorce. Many of these clinics provide the guidance need to fill out forms correctly with a minimum of hassle; some have document preparation services. The choices made now in dealing with a family law matter can have ramifications for years to come. There are resources available to help children and families cope with their situation and the pain of divorce.