National Family Solutions is here to help you represent yourself in all types of family law cases. Founded in 2007, we have helped many people such as yourself through the process of preparing for your court date. Since our inception, we have grown immensely and helped thousands of parents every year through our unique platform.
Our team is composed of legal professionals from attorneys and legal document assistants that help prepare your paperwork, to Case Managers that provide emotional support and guidance.
We also have access to a provider network that includes parenting experts, private investigators, and process servers that are able to provide local services on-demand if you need additional help with your particular family law case.
The goal of our proprietary system is to help you establish or modify custody, resolve contested and uncontested divorce, establish or enforce visitations, modifications, guardianships, conservatorships, Mother’s Rights Programs, Father’s Rights Programs, and Military Family Law Assistance.
Though we are headquartered in California, our network of attorneys and legal professionals extends across most of the contiguous United States.
How We Support You
Our user-friendly software and online platforms are an integral part of how we’re able to guide our clients through their case, but do not reflect the entirety of what our programs have to offer. The expertise of attorneys, private investigators, family psychologists, and other legal professionals working together compliment the online systems and creates an environment designed to carry our clients through their family law situations as efficiently as possible.
System Development Team
For over 10 years, our dedicated programming team has developed accessible online systems to help individuals navigating the family law system. Our programs allow families to progress through many steps of their case by utilizing our online platform in conjunction with the dedicated assistance of our team. This, in turn, reduces the cost associated with their legal proceedings.
Innovative systems allow individual team members and groups working in different locations to provide support to our clients nationwide. All users, including clients, utilize the same secure propriety platform to create a seamless environment designed to help people get through their situations as efficiently as possible.
We understand that complicated and delicate issues need to be resolved appropriately. At the heart of National Family Solutions is our user and information platform. This system was inspired by the needs of our clients, and brought to life by our dedicated programming team.
The National Family Solutions Philosophy:
“It’s not about winning. It’s about finding peace”
Our staff is trained to provide the Big Picture Perspective to our client. This means:
- The children’s well-being always come first. Your case should not be a tactic to get back at your Ex (by using your children).
- Winning means someone else loses and that’s not always what’s in the best interest of the children.
- A win/loss situation creates division and destruction in the family unit.
- In most situations, after the custody determination is made, you must still co-parent with your Ex on a long term basis. So ask yourself, ‘how is winning a case and ‘destroying’ the other party involved in my family’s best interest?”
- According to many studies, it is in the best interest of the child to have both parents involved. Keeping a child away from a parent could be very detrimental to the child.
- Family law is not about winning. It’s about finding peace with your situation.
- Family law involves taking personal responsibility for your actions and not being a victim to the situation.
- The actual time frame for a family law issue is much longer term than parents expect. The matter is not really over until children are 18 or out of college.
- Co-parenting is forever – graduations, weddings, having grandkids. If you have a child with someone, you will need to co-parent forever on some level.
- Behaving in a way that is conducive to a positive co-parenting environment is always what’s best for your children.
- Setting goals in the long Term: Shaping the Future of your Family
1. What’s my goal – Articulate a specific trajectory?
2. What am I willing to sacrifice for said goal?
3. What work am a willing to put in to accomplish said goal?