Law Offices of Frank F. Ali

Law Offices of Frank F. Ali

At the Law Offices of Frank F. Ali, we are dedicated to excellent representation in all areas of family law. We have a long history of success in the cases that we handle. Our legal team approaches each case as advocates for clients.

Firm Overview

The first thing our Roseville divorce lawyer does when taking on a new case is to gather all information up front. We do our research and obtain as much information as possible in order to help clients understand what issues could arise and what matters need to be resolved. Information is crucial to the success of any case, and we are dedicated to analyzing and presenting accurate, detailed facts.

Dedicating Our Best Efforts to Your Future:

There are several ways to approach your divorce case. You may be able to agree upon the various aspects of your divorce amicably through mediation or collaborative divorce. When this option is out of the question, however, we can help you fight for your rights through courtroom litigation. It is important for you to know that, if children are involved in the divorce, the judge will make various decisions with the child's best interests in mind, such as child support, custody, and visitation orders.

Our office provides solutions in all types of family law matters, including:
Contested divorce
Uncontested divorce
Child custody
Visitation
Child support
Spousal support
Property division
Legal separation

Call Us at (916) 745-8444 for a Consultation!
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Main Office
Main Office
8203 Sierra College Boulevard
Roseville  CA  95661
Phone
  • (916) 757-6999
Fax
  • (888) 725-4424
Websites
Child Custody
Parental Rights
California law has a broad legal standard in determining how custody and parenting time should be allocated between a Father and Mother.

This standard is based on the answer to the question: What is the best interest of the child.

Factors to be considered include:

The child's health, safety and welfare.
The nature and amount of the child's contact with both parents.
History of drug or alcohol abuse.
History of physical abuse, and
Other factors that the court deems relevant.

The legislature has also declared that it is public policy to ensure that the children have frequent and continuing contact with both parents and encourages parents share the rights and responsibility of of child rearing unless such contact is not in the best interest of the children.

What does this mean?

As a father, I understand that a child needs both a Mother and a Father in their lives and I will work with both Mothers and Fathers to help you come to agreement on what is best for your individual child.

How you divide parenting time can also be dependent on the age of the child.

PAST DISCRETIONS

If one party screws up, that does not necessary mean that party loses a child forever. It simply means that a process needs to be designed to work back to the goals of frequent and continuing contact and shared parental responsibilities.

As a lawyer I cannot unring the bells of past discretions. The parent who is attempting to gain more time will have to follow a strict program to convince a court that increased parenting time is best for the child. The other parent needs to have safeguards in place to ensure that no harm be done.

Frank Ali

For Attorney Frank Ali, practicing law allows him to serve his clients and provide solutions to their cases. He focuses on delivering resolution at an affordable price, and is able to take further legal action if it is necessary in a case.

He is a graduate of the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and was in the top fifth of his class with Distinction. While in law school he was selected to represent the school during the American Bar Association competition in Negotiation Skills and Client Counseling and Interviewing. Additionally, he was involved in Community Legal Services, the school's free legal clinic. Here he served as a team leader and a certified law student, offering services to low income clients.

He has a strong business background and formerly worked as an executive for a large insurance company before starting his own small business. He worked there for 12 years and managed over 10 employees. This experience taught him more about negotiations and working with all types of people. These are skills that he has brought into his practice of family law and in the numerous cases that he has taken on.

Today he represents clients dealing with matters of child custody, spousal support, property division and more. Due to his experience in the business world, he also has a better understanding of complex financial matters which can be prevalent in family law cases. Attorney Ali places his emphasis in family law, including guardianships, probation litigation and conservatorships, but he also provides representation in contract, partnership, real estate, construction and business disputes.

He offers service in numerous areas of the law and his comprehensive knowledge allows him to assist his clients with all types of situations. He also has a firm grasp on how to deal with procedural and evidentiary matters which is a skill that many other attorneys in his area of practice do not possess. He works hard to avoid litigation if possible but if that is the best way to get his clients the results that they deserve then he can provide aggressive representation.
License
  • Bar Number: 238196
    California , 2005
Education
  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
    J.D. , 2005
    Top 20% of class, Traynor Society, Deans List, ABA Competition Teams for Negotiation and Client Interviewing and Counseling, Anthony Kennedy Inns of Court, Community Legal Services (certified law student & team leader)

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