At Azemika & Azemika, our law firm's practice is exclusively devoted to the field of family law. As a result, we are able to handle cases involving, divorce, dissolution of domestic partnerships, child custody, visitation, child and spousal support, paternity, abandonment, and adoptions. With efficiency and great attention to detail, our partners at Azemika & Azemika use our vast experience in family law to customize each case to our clients' needs.
Azemika & Azemika delivers professionalism and a great degree of skill and depth of knowledge to our family law clients in Kern County. Our goal is providing knowledgeable and aggressive representation at an affordable cost
I was arrested because of a misunderstanding while in a domestic dispute with the father of my child while I was pregnant. I was scared and didn't know who to trust or turn to because I felt like the circumstances for my situation were insurmountable and too unique to know what to do. Thanks to everyone at Azemika & Azemika, I was able to take charge of my case. They were a blessing to me. I couldn't have done this without them.
Thank you for being there for me during a hard time in my life. Despite the fact that I loved my partner, the only agreement we've had in seven years was to seek a divorce. I was torn up by this, but through your counsel, I regained the confidence to be myself again. I didn't feel like another statistic, but someone who mattered. Mr. Azemika brought back the peace of mind that I thought I lost when the divorce began. Thanks again!
There's that age old myth that fathers never stand a chance in regard to child custody. When my ex-wife filed papers for divorce, the Azemika family law attorneys stood by my side. They were highly responsive to my case, helping me protect my children and even had child support awarded to me! I can't begin to express how thankful I am that I found Azemika & Azemika!
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