The Law Offices of
Michele Cobin Friedlander

Certified Family Law Specialist

Michele Cobin Friedlander graduated from the University of California
Berkeley, and Loyola Law School.

Michele Cobin Friedlander

Certified Family Law Specialist
She is a Certified Family Law Specialist and a sole practitioner, who has been a litigator for the entirety of her 27 years as a lawyer. Her law office is completely devoted to family law, though she has also practiced business litigation, insurance litigation, medical malpractice law, and patent litigation.She is a member of the Family Law Sections of the State Bar of California, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and the San Fernando Bar Association.

SuperLawyer every year since 2014.


A few words about divorce…

A few words about divorce…

For thousands of Americans every year, divorce represents an unexpected challenge that will impact them for the rest of their lives. If you are considering divorce, or have been served with

Divorce can be a difficult and stressful process for everyone involved.

Divorce can be a difficult…

There are many things to consider and prepare for, such as legal, financial, emotional, and parenting issues. Here are some of the things that everyone going through a divorce should know: Don’t

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Divorce is a legal process that officially ends a marriage. It involves the dissolution of the marital contract, addressing issues like property division, child custody, and financial matters.

Legal Separation

Legal separation is a legal status that allows couples to live apart while remaining legally married. It often involves court-approved agreements regarding property division, spousal support, child custody, and visitation.


Paternity law deals with legal issues surrounding the determination of a child's biological father and the rights and responsibilities that come with it.

Child Custody

Child custody laws can vary significantly from one jurisdiction to another, so it's crucial to consult with an attorney who specializes in family law in your specific area.

Spousal Support

Spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance, is a legal obligation in which one spouse provides financial support to the other spouse following a divorce or separation.

Child Support

Child support laws vary by country and even within different regions of a country, so it's important to consult the specific laws and regulations relevant to your jurisdiction.

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