Dissolving a marriage is one of life’s most traumatic events. Learning how to co-parent, deal with division of property, and moving on to establish one’s own life presents challenges. How one goes about dealing with these issues is of paramount concern. Do you allow the courts to resolve your differences or do you work together in insuring that each of you controls the outcome of your life?
Douglas J. Wolf has practiced law exclusively in the area of family law and dependency law for over thirty years. Located in Woodland Hills, Douglas Wolf is an experienced litigator, but takes much pride in working with parties either in a collaborative environment or as a mediator in assisting clients work through the many issues that arise in a dissolution of marriage or in its aftermath. He is one of a limited number of attorneys certified as a collaborative lawyer. His office represents clients regarding child custody and visitation issues, child support and spousal support issues, and property issues.
Douglas J. Wolf received his BA from the University of California at Davis and his JD from Southwestern University School of Law. He has counseled sexual abuse and domestic violence victims for over twenty five 25 years, earning a reputation as a victims’ advocate.
He has served either as counsel or as a director/officer for the Adam Walsh Child Resource Center in Orange County, Mothers Against Sexual Abuse in Los Angeles County, and The Cheryl Fields Foundation for Victims. He was also previously a member of the Executive Committee for the Solo and Small Firm Section for the State Bar. He is a current member of the California State Bar, Los Angeles County Bar Association (Family Law Section), and San Fernando Valley Bar Association (Family Law Section).
For more information, please feel free to call Douglas Wolf at (818) 888-0033.