Iranian Family Law Consulting

Mr. Hadjian provides consulting on cultural divorce cases internationally. His experience as a litigator and mediator in hundreds of complicated Family Law cases makes him a valuable outside expert to inform and provide testimony on such cases.

In addition to an understanding of Iranian law and documents, expert divorce consulting requires working knowledge of the techniques of collecting and presenting the material facts to the Court. A California family court is a non-jury tribunal, and as such, an attorney’s reputation and expertise in understanding the law, development of the facts, and communicating with the Court are the most significant factors directly affecting outcome of a trial.

Abbas Hadjian is a Certified Family Law Specialist with over two (2) decades of trial experience, and has received trial training by the reputed Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute, of the American Bar Association, Houston, Texas. Consulting as a cultural divorce specialist, his practice is dedicated to analysis of the law and collecting the facts necessary to prepare for trial of complicated family law disputes. As a litigation specialist, Mr. Hadjian has helped hundreds, if not thousands of California husbands and wives in the area of validity of marriage, date of separation, prevention of domestic violence, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, division of assets and debts, and reimbursement of commingled separate and community property.

In the area of financial disputes, especially hidden income and discovery of financial fraud and misappropriation of funds by the spouses during the marriage, Mr. Hadjian’s focused practice, background, education and experience has helped his office to develop special techniques and expertise in locating, discovering, collecting, analysis and development of facts necessary to prove income and assets hidden in California and elsewhere. As a result, many of Mr. Hadjian’s clients have benefitted from expertise unparalleled by other litigants.

In addition to the Family Law Trials, Mr. Hadjian has also participated in writing and arguing two (2) appellate decisions, i.e. WILLIAMS, v. LAUSD (1994), 23 Cal.App.4th 84; 28 Cal.Rptr.2d 219 , and GALVIS v. PETITO (1993) 13 Cal.App.4th 551, 16 Cal.Rptr.2d 560.

Mr. Hadjian has been appointed as a Mediator, Judge Pro Tem, by the Superior Court of California for the County of Los Angeles since 1995, and as and Minor’s Counsel (advocating right and interest of children in the Family Law disputes) since 2006.