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Temecula Family Law Attorney

Dedicated California Family Law Lawyer

A family law dispute can affect your relationships with your children and your financial future. Most people entering into divorce or custody disputes understand the importance of the outcome of their cases, that's why they seek an experienced and aggressive Temecula family law attorney to handle their cases.

No matter what the complexity of your problem, at The Law Offices of John G. McGill, Jr., we are committed to serving our clients' best interests, and we will work to protect your immediate interests as well as your future relationships and financial security.

Comprehensive Legal Solutions Focused on Your Complex Needs

Family law and divorce cases can often be handled through mediation and negotiation; however, it is important that you work with an attorney who has the experience and skills to litigate your case if necessary. We are committed to helping clients resolve their disputes quickly and effectively, and we are prepared to take any case to trial to achieve results. Attorney John G. McGill, Jr., has more than 30 years of experience handling family law cases and can effectively handle your case in or out of court.

From your first consultation through the final resolution of your case, your best interests are our top priority. Mr. McGill will take the time to understand the unique circumstances of your case and develop a comprehensive legal solution that is tailored to your needs. We handle every matter in the way that is best for you, remaining mindful of your time and resources.

Contact an Experienced Riverside County Divorce Attorney

If you are interested in learning more about the options you have in the legal system, schedule your initial consultation. We offer an initial consultation without charge. Contact us online or by calling 951-795-4186.

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