Practice Areas

Child Custody/Visitation

Child custody matters are generally emotional and may be difficult to resolve. The paramount consideration is what is in the best interest of the children. The court encourages parents to set aside their differences and focus on making their own parenting plan for their children. The couple may be sent to mediation in order to try to resolve their parenting differences. At the Law Office of Erika M. Mayorquin, we work with you to develop a workable parenting plan with the other parent of your children. Call us for a free 45 minute consultation.
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Child Support

Child support agreements can vary greatly depending on the income of the former spouses, the granting of joint or primary custody and the presence of other financial factors, such as extensive medical bills. No matter the circumstances surrounding the divorce and the ensuing child support agreement, it is important to work with a trusted child support lawyer. Look to Erika M. Mayorquin for assistance with child support issues in the San Diego area.
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Divorce

Even when both parties agree that divorce is in their best interest, it is still a stressful time. Whether you expect your divorce to be an amicable dissolution or a contentious one, our office is here to guide you and protect your rights every step of the way. It is important to know your options. We offer a free one hour consultation so that we can determine your options and the best way for you to proceed.
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Paternity

In California, when a married couple has a child, it is presumed the husband is the father. He puts his name on the birth certificate and there is no court action required. But, there are situations where parentage must be established by the court, primarily in cases where the parties are not legally married and have children together. If you are a man or woman who wants to establish paternity, or a man who wants to defend against allegations he is the father, at the Law Office of Erika M. Mayorquin, we can help.
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Restraining Orders

A restraining order is a court order placed against an individual, which can prevent any contact with the person who filed for the restraining order. These court orders are generally used in harassment, domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault cases. These court orders can also last for several days to several years and may include criminal penalties if not upheld. If you’ve just been given a restraining order or are considering filing for one, attorney Erika M. Mayorquin will help guide you.
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