The Law Offices of Meg Razi is committed to providing very high-quality legal services.
This often minimizes the financial and emotional burdens of the legal process for clients throughout the entire State of California.
We have clients who travel from places all over the World to as close as cross-town, but all clients are equally treated with the respect their case surely deserves.
42 YEARS OF COMBINED EXPERIENCE FROM THE TWO PRIMARY FIRM ATTORNEYS (OUR IN OFFICE COURT PRACTICE FACILITY IS SHOWN AT LEFT) Attorney Meg Razi takes pride in the personal attention she gives to every aspect of each client’s case.
Clients benefit from her extensive experience in California family law and dedication to seeking the most cost-effective method for achieving their goals.
Negotiation is often the first step in resolving a dispute.
Ms Razi holds a Masters Degree in Dispute Resolution from the prestigious Straus Institute as well as a Juris Doctor Degree from Pepperdine School of Law and a Bachelor’s degree from UCLA.
When an agreement is not possible, the firm is prepared to effectively FIGHT for your rights in Court in through Trial to achieve the results you deserve.
The Law Offices of Meg Razi is dedicated to protecting your family, your assets and your future. Contact our Beverly Hills or Los Angeles law offices for an initial consultation when you need assistance with:
Divorce Litigation Divorce Mediation Property Division/Distribution Spousal Support Child Support Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Paternity Domestic Partnerships Pre-Marital & Post-Marital Agreements Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Post Divorce Modification Orders
California’s Divorce Magazine. California Divorce:
Through the Legal Maze, Ruth Miller (San Mateo, California: Berber & Associates, 1997). We’re Still Family, Constance Ahrons, Ph. D. (Harper Collins, New York, 2004). Between Love & Hate: A Guide to Civilized Divorce, Lois Gold (Plenum Publishing, 1994). Parenting After Divorce, Philip M. Stahl, PhD Impact Publishers, California, 2000.
Mom’s House, Dad’s House, Isolina Ricci. (Fireside, New York, 1997). Joint Custody with a Jerk: Raising a Child with an Uncooperative Ex, Julie Ross and Judy Corcoran (St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1996). Getting to Yes:
Negotiation Agreement Without Giving In, Roger Fisher and William Ury (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981). Using Divorce Mediation: Save Your Money & Your Sanity, Katherine E. Stoner (Nolo Press, Berkeley, 1999). The Stepfamily: Living, Loving, and Learning, Elizabeth Einstein.
Shambhala Publications, Boston, 1985. Resources The Family Wizard, familywizard.com Mediate.com, mediate.com Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association, lacfla.org Up to Parents, uptoparents.com Therapists’ referral Website, camft.org, family-marriage-counseling.com
Divorce Support Groups, divorcedialogue.com Helping Parents with communication tools,breakthroughparenting.com, drcarolhirshfield.com Domestic Violence, americanbar.org