The Law Offices of Michelle Evans provides family law and estate planning services, helping people in the communities of Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, Carpinteria, Santa Barbara, Ojai, and Goleta.
Michelle Evans is a California State Bar Certified Attorney with offices in Ventura County and Santa Barbara County. Family Law issues include: Divorce, Spousal / Child Support, and Child Custody.
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Handling Divorce, Support, Custody and Issues in Santa Barbara and Ventura
The Experience to Guide You Through Family Law Issues and Estate Planning
Attorney Michele Evans has been helping California clients meet their legal needs with assertive advocacy, compassion, and professionalism. In addition to her law degree, Attorney Evans holds a degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara in Business Economics. Her legal experience includes certification as Law Clerk in the areas of Family Law and Estate Planning. She has a detailed understanding of the Santa Barbara and Ventura courts as well as how people live and work in the communities in which she serves.
Finances Should Not Keep You From the Representation You Need
For families struggling financially, we offer limited scope representation. In limited scope services, representation is “unbundled”, so you only need to pay for services that you select, and you can represent yourself in other matters as needed in Santa Barbara or Ventura Courts.
Contact Our Law Office for a Confidential and Discrete Initial Consultation
Our law office provides an extensive initial consultation during which we will ask about your specific concerns and answer your questions. Everything is private and there is no obligation to move forward after speaking with an attorney. Arrangements to meet in in Ventura or Santa Barbara may be made to fit your schedule, including after hours appointments. E-mail our office.
Our Santa Barbara and Ventura Law office is here to help you. Whether you are considering initiating a divorce, need help with an ongoing support or custody dispute, or you have decided to draft an estate plan to take care of matters for those you love, you should realize that legal actions can have far-reaching consequences. It is in your best interest to get the help of an experienced lawyer who understands how to address your needs for your current situation and for what the future may hold. There are no substitutes for experience and knowledge, and getting matters taken care of the first time around saves you from undue complications and stress for any type of family law or estate planning issue.