When you are facing a legal dispute, it may be hard to know where to begin. Whether you are looking for help with a family law issue or need representation for an employment law dispute or consumer law matter, you can count on the attorneys at Khosroabadi & Hill for helpful, caring, and professional legal services and advice.
At Khosroabadi & Hill, we believe there is no one-size-fits-all solution to legal issues. That is why our firm is client focused and committed to resolving your unique legal problem with care and dedication, no matter how simple or complex your case may be.
Facing a family law dispute is overwhelming, as there is a lot on the line. Having a skilled legal ally on your side is critical during these difficult times. A family law dispute usually requires time, effort, and decision-making. These situations tend to be very stressful and emotionally charged, so it is easy to make a hasty decision based on your feelings, only to regret it later.
An attorney can help you understand the laws applicable to your case, explain your rights, and help you keep a clear mind, so you can make an informed decision that will favor you in the long run. Your attorney can help you avoid costly, time-consuming mistakes and make it easier for you to move on from this challenging chapter in your life.
AAt Khosroabadi & Hill, our attorneys have experience assisting consumers with holding others accountable to the rules and laws that regulate consumer interactions.
If you are a consumer who has been subjected to unfair or illegal business practices, you must stand up for your rights and hold the responsible parties liable for your damages. This could be in areas of credit reporting, debt collection, identity theft, unfair housing or lending practices , or a host of other transactions between consumers and businesses or individuals. Our attorneys have helped countless clients in California to receive compensation for consumer fraud, and we can do the same for you.
If your employer is not paying you according to the law or if you are dealing with any harassment, discrimination, or hostility in the workplace, you need to take action. Our attorneys can explain which state and federal laws apply to your case and can represent you at every step – from initial negotiations to a courtroom trial. You do not need to confront your employer alone on these sensitive issues; we are here to help.
1. We put clients first. Our most important commitment is to help every client achieve a favorable outcome by providing them with individualized, caring legal services and aggressive legal representation.
2. You are more than a case number. Every client is as unique as their legal situation, and you deserve a trusted legal partner that truly listens to you and treats your case as a priority.
3. You will always know who you are dealing with. Our attorneys take a team approach to your case and are easily reachable if you have questions or need advice. You don't need to worry about your case being delegated to someone else.
4. Your case is as important to us as it is to you. We will work hard and apply all of our legal knowledge and experience to help you resolve your case, giving it thought and attention as if we were dealing with our own case.
5. Award-winning legal counsel. Our attorneys have won multiple awards for their work and are ready to help you turn the page on this challenging chapter of your life and assist you in reaching a favorable resolution.
6. Free initial consultation and same-day appointments. If you have an urgent legal matter, you can reach out to us and get the help and guidance you need right away – no waiting lists or phone tag required.
You may be worried about the cost of hiring an attorney when you are under financial stress due to a difficult situation such as a divorce. Because of that, it may be tempting to skip hiring a lawyer for your case and choose to represent yourself. Those who choose to represent themselves may discover that the amount of work and preparation required for their family law case is overwhelming and often lead to serious mistakes that can delay your case resolution or even cost you money.
Employment and consumer cases are billed on a contingency basis—we don’t get paid unless you do. Our fees in these cases are a percentage of any damages recovered. If you do not recover damages, we do not charge fees.
An attorney has the experience of countless other cases similar to yours, the knowledge of state and federal laws, and the skills to negotiate with other parties while defending your best interests. Your attorney can take over tasks such as filing forms and following court procedures while giving you invaluable advice to help you navigate your case. Even if you are unsure if you have a case, you should reach out to the attorneys at Khosroabadi & Hill to talk about your situation and learn your options.
When preparing for your initial consultation, you should gather relevant documents and write down a list of questions to ask your attorney about your case. During the initial consultation, you will have the opportunity to explain your situation to your attorney, ask questions and listen to how the attorney may approach your case. Your attorney may explain the next steps to take in filing, discuss their fees and ask you to sign any applicable paperwork so they can start working on your case.
Regardless of how simple or complex your case may be, we invite you to contact Khosroabadi & Hill to learn your options. Our office is conveniently located less than 3 miles from the San Diego International Airport and 4.3 miles from the San Diego Zoo, with easy access through the San Diego Freeway or Pacific Highway. Contact us at 858-240-2093.
A: California follows the no-fault divorce rule, allowing individuals to end their marriage without blaming their spouse for the end of the relationship. A divorce can occur without the need for one spouse to accuse the other of adultery, abandonment, or other likely grounds for a divorce. A couple may seek to end their marriage due to irreconcilable differences. If both parties agree on all aspects of the divorce, they may seek a no-fault, uncontested divorce, which tends to be much simpler and less stressful than a fully contested, litigated divorce.
A: In California, the parties in a divorce may include one spouse that earns a higher income than the other. Sometimes, the low-income spouse may struggle to cover their basic living expenses during and after the divorce is finalized. In these cases, the lower-income spouse may seek alimony or spousal support payments as a part of the divorce. Temporary spousal support orders can stay in place until the divorce reaches a final judgment, and long-term orders will last as determined by the judge or as agreed by the parties.
A: Debt collectors may employ aggressive strategies to pressure debtors, but state and federal laws regulate a debt collector's actions. A debt collector may call you or contact you by mail but must not resort to calling you names or threatening to send you to jail. Debt collectors may sue you for outstanding debt but are prohibited from using abusive or harassing techniques to persuade debtors. If you are being harassed by a debtor violating federal or state laws, reach out to an attorney to learn your options.
A: It is illegal for an employer, supervisor, or co-worker to engage in discriminatory practices or harassment of any worker due to protected characteristics. If you are a victim of workplace harassment or discrimination, follow your employer's procedures to report this issue. If the problem continues, you may file a complaint with the appropriate government agencies and, if necessary, may initiate a civil lawsuit to recover damages compensation.
A: Wrongful termination may be a form of discrimination if your employer has terminated you from your job due to a protected characteristic or action or even as a form of retaliation. If you have been wrongfully terminated, gather as much evidence as possible, including relevant communications such as emails or letters, your employment contract, and even your employee manual, and contact an attorney immediately. You may be entitled to compensation, and in some cases, you may even be able to return to the position you were wrongfully terminated from.
A: If you are eligible for protected, unpaid leave under the FMLA and have followed all required procedures to request your leave, your employer cannot refuse to let you take protected leave. Likewise, your employer cannot retaliate against you for taking protected leave. If you requested an FMLA leave and were denied, first check that you meet all FMLA eligibility requirements and that you have provided your employer with proper notice. If your FMLA rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division or reach out to an attorney to initiate a civil case.
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