Call A Family Law Attorney Who Can Best Protect Your Legal And Personal Interests!
As a skilled and experienced Los Angeles Family Law attorney, Christopher Mahan of Grossman & Mahan has been providing quality family law representation to clients in the San Fernando Valley, as well as all of Los Angeles and Ventura County, for over 25 years. Christopher Mahan has extensive experience and an excellent reputation handling such matters as marital dissolutions, custody and visitation issues, child and spousal support issues, drafting of prenuptial agreements, and division of community property. In addition, Attorney Christopher Mahan handles all post-judgment modification and enforcement proceedings in family law, and serves on the San Fernando Valley Bar Association mediation panel for the family law courts in the San Fernando Valley.
Contact the Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan if you need help with any of the following legal matters:
- Divorce (Dissolution of Marriage)
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child and Spousal Support
- Community Property
- Modifications and other post-judgment proceedings
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Property and Debt Division
- Stepparent Adoption
- Low-cost Divorce Mediation
- Marital Settlements
In addition to actual legal representation, the Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan offers expert mediation services in divorce and other civil cases, and we can provide low cost attorney assisted services for “do it yourself” divorce. We take pride in offering our legal services for reasonable fees without compromising the quality of our representation.
If you or a loved one needs the help of an experienced Los Angeles Family Law lawyer, call the Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan today at 818-643-7264 or 866-632-4604, or complete the contact form provided on this site to schedule a free consultation.
Attorney Christopher L. Mahan
- Jurisdictions Attorney is Licensed in: California
- Date Admitted to the Bar: 1975
- Colleges Attended, Degree & Year Graduated: California State University Northridge, 1971; University of San Fernando Valley College of Law (University of LaVerne), 1975
Professional Memberships & Achievements
- State Bar of California
- United States District Court
- San Fernando Valley Bar Association
- Member of family law mediation panels in both Northwest District (Van Nuys) and North Valley District (San Fernando)
- Superior Courts of Los Angeles County, Martindale Hubbell “B-V” peer rating.
Attorney Leslie K. Grossman
- Graduated UCLA, 1968
- Graduated Southwestern University School of Law, 1973
- Admitted to the Bar in June of 1974
Personal Memberships and Affiliations
- Past District Governor Rotary International, District 5260
- Past President of North San Fernando Valley Rotary Club
- Board of Managers of North Valley Family YMCA
Family Law Newsletter
A court is guided by one principle when deciding the issue of child custody. That principle is the best interest of the child. The best interest of the child is determined by examining the child's relationship with the parents and important family members, the child's health and social development, and the child's general well-being. The Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan provides experienced legal representation in child custody cases.
Divorce and Community Property:
You probably know that assets acquired together during the marriage such as a home, vehicles, personal property and bank accounts are community property. However, did you know that businesses, life insurance, annuities, royalties, retirement pensions and other employee benefits may also be wholly or partially community property? These issues can be complex. The Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan will provide experienced representation to ensure that your right to receive your proper share of the community property is enforced.
In a divorce case or in any other proceeding involving minor children, the court must make orders for child support. These orders are based upon statewide mandatory guidelines which consider the number of children, percentage of time spent with each parent, both parents’ incomes, child care costs, and allowable deductions such as health insurance premiums and union dues. A non custodial parent who has 20% time with two children and earns $5,000 per month could pay over $1,200 per month to a custodial parent earning $1,000 per month. The Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan will provide experienced representation to ensure that you pay or receive the proper amount of child support.
To ensure that your property and income remain your separate property and do not become community property, you must consider the benefits of a prenuptial agreement before entering into a marriage. The Law Offices of Grossman & Mahan specializes in the preparation of prenuptial agreements and will advise and represent you in all aspects of a prenuptial agreement