Wallin & Klarich Family Law Attorney Hong Lyu Assists Client to Obtain Better Visitation Terms and Avoid Debts Related to Family Law Case
Hong Lyu, a Wallin & Klarich Family Law Attorney, recently assisted his client in securing improved visitation terms tailored specifically to his work schedule and avoiding certain community debts and attorney’s fees by aggressively representing him in trial. Attorney Lyu achieved this result by representing his client aggressively and comprehensively during trial.
“It was clear to me that the children loved their father, so I wanted to help ensure that he be able to see them with as little obstruction as possible,” Lyu said. “Although I wish I could have done more, the client seemed relieved and satisfied with the outcome.”
According to the record of the Rancho Cucamonga District Courthouse, San Bernardino County, the client and the mother of their children had been married for over 10 years. The client and the mother had 3 children together. The mother is the higher income earner because she attended medical school and became a doctor while the client supported her and the children. The mother has primary custody of the children while the client has limited visitation rights.
The mother sought to limit the client’s visitation rights because the client had picked up his children late a few times for visitation. The mother also sought reimbursements for various expenses incurred by the children. The mother further sought the client to be responsible for certain debts that she claimed were community in nature. Finally, the mother sought attorney’s fees for various reasons.
Attorney Lyu aggressively represented the client in his family law trial. Attorney Lyu’s approach at trial was in-depth as he made certain to properly address all issues raised by the mother’s attorney. Attorney Lyu further presented strategic evidence and cross-examined the mother to present his client in the best light.
Attorney Lyu’s aggressive efforts resulted in securing better visitation terms for the client that accommodated his work schedule in order to minimize the risk that he would pick up his kids late for visitation. Attorney Lyu also helped his client avoid certain community debts and attorney’s fees.
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