Logo, Law Offices of Brook Radelfinger, Law Firm in San Francisco, CA

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769 Monterey Blvd. Suite 6
San Francisco, CA 94127

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Family Law in San Francisco, California

The Law Offices of Brook Radelfinger specializes in all matters of family law, including child custody and divorce cases. Contact our office in San Francisco, California, to learn how we can help.

Child Custody & Visitation

Determining child custody and visitation rights can often be an extremely emotional task. Both parents want what is best for the children but coming to an amicable agreement is not always the simplest of tasks.  Brook Radelfinger can help clients make the difficult decisions necessary to  resolve child custody and visitation issues, as well as guiding and representing them through the court process if they are unable to agree.  


Most couples enter into marriage without considering that the marriage could one day end in divorce. Circumstances and situations change and it is extremely important to have a knowledgeable attorney on your side who will work hard to protect your interests and preserve your rights.  Often small issues or emotional blocks  can derail settlement negotiations and increase attorney fees.  Brook Radelfinger helps you keep the big picture in mind so you can analyze possible unintended consequences and avoid acting in an impulsive way that increases your conflict and costs. 

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Post Judgment Modifications

Even after a court hands down a judgment in a family law or divorce case, there are still numerous situations that could require that actions be taken to modify that judgment. There may have been a change of circumstances which warrants a modification, or perhaps an asset was omitted or forgotten in the original property division.

Spousal Support/Alimony

Spousal support/alimony is the payment one spouse makes to the other in the event of a legal separation or divorce so that spouse can continue to meet financial obligations and live the lifestyle they enjoyed during the marriage. Spousal support/alimony is often a highly contested issue and is commonly addressed both in premarital agreements and during divorce proceedings.

Contact our family law firm in San Francisco, California, to learn how we can help you through your divorce.