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William Henrich
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William Henrich

Licenses

Authority Year
California 0

Languages

English

Practice Areas

Family

About William Henrich

Certified specialist in family law. Also, estate planning and probate. Goal is to fix other people's problems.

Licenses

Authority Year
California 0

Languages

English

Professional References

I recommend William Henrich.

Rosemary Corbin, client of William

Education

School Degree Graduation year
Rutgers 1973
Stanford Law School Juris Doctor 1976

Professional Experience

Company Job title Start End
Henrich and Associates Attorney 1976 Present

LawGives Services Offered by William

Qualified Domestic Relations Order

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Arrange the split of a retirement plan as part of a divorce or legal separation. Under the QDRO exception, a domestic relations order may assign some or all of a participant's retirement benefits to a spouse, former spouse, child, or other dependent.


Will

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Get a will in place. Determine beneficiaries for your assets, appoint guardians for minor children and make sure that your wishes are carried out.


Step-parent adoption

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Adopt a stepchild. An uncontested step parent adoption is possible if the noncustodial parents consent to adoption or termination of parental rights.


Advanced Health Care Directive

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State your health care preferences to your physician, family and friends. This includes types of special treatment you want or don't want at the end of life, preferences relating to diagnostic and surgical procedures and organ donation.


Hourly Rate

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Hourly rates are the most common fee arrangement for legal services.


Uncontested divorce

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End a marriage in a cost-effective, dignified manner. An uncontested divorce is possible if both spouses have reached agreement on issues such as property division, child support, and other financial issues.


Child support modification

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Modify an existing child support agreement. As time goes by, changes to the child support arrangement may be required to accommodate changes in situation.