If you are in a relationship or living together under an oral, written, or implied cohabitation agreement, you need to be concerned about protecting your financial interests in the event of a separation. California palimony and cohabitation laws are complex, especially if you are a high net worth individual.
The law office of Cary Goldstein, Esq., PC, can protect your rights and your financial future. Discuss your situation with a skilled palimony lawyer in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, and Los Angeles County by calling (310) 935-0711.
What Is Palimony?
Palimony is the term used to describe the settlement of assets when an unmarried, cohabiting couple ends their relationship. It usually is based on verbal or written agreements made during the course of the relationship.
Our Beverly Hills Divorce Attorney, represents both plaintiffs and defendants in palimony cases. Palimony cases can become complex and highly emotionally charged. The outcome often depends in large part on the experience of the lawyers involved, so it is essential that you have a qualified legal advocate represent you. To his knowledge, Attorney Goldstein has handled more palimony cases than anyone in the country. Because he has represented both plaintiffs and defendants, he is able to predict the opposing side's strategy and prepare a case that finds the holes in their argument.
Contingency Fees & a Free In-Person Consultation
The firm accepts most plaintiffs' palimony cases on a "contingency basis," meaning attorney fees are based on a percentage of financial assets recovered. Mr. Goldstein also offers a free initial consultation in these cases to provide you a risk-free assessment of your case.
If, on the other hand, you are concerned about protecting your assets, his knowledge of cohabitation laws will help you reach the best possible outcome. Mr. Goldstein is a skilled negotiator who is able to reach a favorable settlement in most cases. However, he is always prepared to fight for his clients' rights in court, and has done so successfully, when a settlement cannot be reached.
Contact Cary Goldstein, Esq., PC today to schedule your free in-person consultation now.