Torrence L Howell has the experience, expertise, and attitude you need to get through a divorce Pomona CA with your rights intact and your interests protected. He can not only advise you regarding your legal rights and responsibilities, but also provide a calm, professional presence to get you through an emotionally tempestuous period in your life. Torrence L Howell has been handling divorce cases since 1995, and you can rely on him to provide expert representation and advice concerning all the issues related to divorce, including property division, child custody and support, family business division, and other topics in family law Pomona CA.
Even though California is a community property state, this doesn’t necessarily mean that a divorce in Pomona CA has to result in a 50-50 split of marital assets. Torrence L Howell can review your case and make sure that the assets get divided fairly. He’ll stand up to your spouse’s lawyers and help you protect assets purchased with non-community income like an inheritance. He can also help you untangle your finances in cases where assets like a house or a car were purchased with mingled assets and ensure you are compensated fairly should your spouse get to keep those physical assets.
Child Custody and Support
Torrence L Howell is committed to helping you protect your rights to see your children and to ensure that they have adequate financial support. He can help fight for appropriate child custody and visitation agreements during your divorce Pomona CA. He can also use his expertise in family law Pomona CA later on down the line, to help you petition for modifications to these agreements as your life circumstances change.
Divorce and Family Businesses
In entrepreneurial families, both spouses may feel like they have worked hard to develop the business and have a vested interest in its future. Torrence L Howell has a special expertise in the intersection of business law and family law Pomona CA, and he can help make sure that your divorce proceeding doesn’t destroy your family business. He can help you draft agreements that will ensure that each spouse gets a fair stake in the business, or, if ongoing involvement is not desired, he can work hard to find a solution that will allow for the disinterested party to receive compensation for their share of the business without liquidating assets or crippling the business.