Weiler and Borst, LLP


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Putting Familes First

Weiler & Borst LLP. is a client-oriented law firm specializing in helping individuals understand and resolve premarital, matrimonial and other family law issues. Areas addressed include divorce and separation; custody and parenting arrangements; child and spousal support; and valuation and division of community property assets and debts, including real estate, business interests, professional practices, personal property, retirement benefits and other investments. We also represent clients considering prenuptial agreements or post-nuptial agreements, and with regard to parentage issues.

The firm has received the highest possible rating (AV) for legal ability and adherence to professional standards of conduct, ethics, reliability and diligence from the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and is listed in their national Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Both attorneys have been selected as Superlawyers by Northern California Super Lawyers® and San Francisco Magazine. Mr. Weiler has been designated a Certified Specialist in Family Law since 1990 by the California Board of Legal Specialization of The State Bar of California.

Our representation runs the gamut from Consensual Dispute Resolution processes such as mediation and collaborative law, to complex court litigation and/or negotiated settlements, depending on the needs and personal circumstances of our clients.

Law Offices of Weiler & Borst, LLP
18 Crow Canyon Ct, Suite 300
San Ramon, CA 94583

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