Orange County Family Law Firm - Hughes and Hughes

Welcome to Hughes & Hughes, where we take a unique approach to family law. As seasoned Orange County family attorneys, spouses, and parents, our goal is to help guide you through the legal proceedings quickly and positively. And, as one of our clients, you have peace of mind knowing that your legal team is there to protect you and your best interests.front sign

By choosing Hughes & Hughes, you benefit from our long history and extensive expertise in family law representation. We are here because we understand the importance of family and the intricacies of the law. We pledge to use both empathy and proficiency in advocating tirelessly for your familial rights.

Hughes & Hughes is a compassionate matrimonial law firm in Orange County.  Our experience ranges from working with couples who agree on the basic terms of divorce or separation, through complex issues involving child custody and support and executive divorce.  In addition to being experienced Orange County family lawyers, two of our partners are also Certified Public Accountants, enabling us to handle the most intricate accounting and financial practices typical to high-net worth individuals.  When you need an Orange County matrimonial law firm, you can be sure that Hughes & Hughes handles every detail, and advises you with skill and sensitivity.

As you peruse our website, we invite you to take a virtual tour of our comfortable and inviting Orange County family law firm office space. We are here to answer your questions and to provide you with the resources you may need to assist you through this trying time. Please contact us if you would like to speak further about becoming a client of Hughes & Hughes.

Family law is our expertise; you are our focus.

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Bruce and Lisa Highes have been working with Senator Moorlack, from Orange, CA, for the past year on Senate Bill 1255 to revise California Family Code section 771. SB 1255 seeks to resolve the issue of date of separation in dissolution of marriage cases due to the outcome after In Re Marriage of Davis (2015) which requires the parties to live separate and apart in order to be deemed separated. The California Assembly Judiciary Committee held a hearing on SB 1255 took place on June 8, 2016 where the bill passed by a vote of 7 to 1 with 2 no votes. The bill is next set to be heard on the California Assembly Floor.

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