Attorney Richard Helzberg
Richard graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in Economics and earned a JD from the University of Michigan Law School.
His practice has always been centered in Marin County but encompasses cases in Sonoma and Napa County in the North Bay, Contra Costa and Alameda County in the East Bay, San Francisco and Santa Clara in the South Bay. His practice includes interstate and international custody cases. He is a member of the Hague Convention Attorney Network of the U.S. Department of State.
With a practice limited to family law and representing women and men and now for nearly 30 years, he has experience in dealing with all the issues- from child and spousal support and asset division to parenting plans and high-conflict custody matters. He has a particular focus on custody and visitation developed from his own experience and honed over the years to enable him to develop advanced skills in handling such matters.
For Richard, practicing law is his purpose, not simply a career.
To learn more, access Richard’s website at helzberglaw.com.
Serves the Entire
Parentage refers to who the court will recognize and impose parental obligations on as the child’s legal parent. In some cases, the law presumes that certain individuals are a child’s parents. In other cases, the parent (and in some cases, the child) must seek an order from the court that identifies the child’s legal parents.
Individuals who have been victims of certain qualifying crimes, suffered physical or mental harm as a result of that crime and assists law enforcement in the apprehension and prosecution of the perpetrator of that crime may be eligible for this form of immigration relief. Individuals who are eligible for this form of immigration relief may also be able to obtain derivative relief for their family members, including their spouse, child, parent or sibling.
Domestic Violence Restraining Order
An individual can seek a domestic violence restraining order against his or her (1) spouse or former spouse, (2) cohabitant or former cohabitant, (3) a person with whom he or she is having, or has had, a dating or engagement relationship, (4) a person with whom he or she has had a child, or (5) close relative such as a child, sibling, parent, in-law or grandparent.