YOU CAN RELY ON A CERTIFIED FAMILY LAW SPECIALIST
A divorce is a substantial change in one’s life. Divorcing spouses often face a total evaluation and reorganization of their finances, family life, home and belongings. Because the outcome of a divorce can shape your future for years to come, it is vital to set yourself on the path to stability and success.
At The Law Office of Steven M. Bishop, CFLS, we are committed to protecting our clients and supporting them with thorough legal knowledge. Our founding attorney, Steven M. Bishop, is a certified specialist in family law in California. We have the experience and credentials to guide you through your divorce, child support or child custody matter.
What Does It Mean To Be A Board-Certified Lawyer?
To become board-certified in family law by the California Board of Legal Specialization, here a few of the requirements:
- Pass an advanced exam.
- Complete additional education and a variety of casework.
- Earn positive peer evaluations from legal professionals.
Lawyers do not automatically receive specialist certification in their practice area. Those who do earn certification are typically considered leaders in their field.
What A Certified Specialist Can Bring To Your Case
If you face a legal problem, the benefit of this distinction is that a board-certified lawyer demonstrates a high level of knowledge and skill. Certification is evidence of a practiced, respected and reliable attorney.
Coupled with his over 40 years of experience, Mr. Bishop uses his talents in family law to help his clients reach their goals. He has a comprehensive understanding of specific family law issues such as military divorce and complex asset division. Whether you face unusual circumstances, or you need to make sure that you take the most favorable course of action, choose a certified specialist to be your lawyer.
Experience The Benefits For Yourself
Learn how we can help resolve your case proficiently. At our firm, you can get a free initial consultation with a board-certified San Diego lawyer over the phone at 619-535-0678. You can also send us an email and we will respond promptly.