You can spend a little bit of money up-front to get the judgement you want or you can find yourself paying for your decision the rest of your life.
If you want the job done and done right then you need to get Patrick on your team. He is tenacious and has established an excellent reputation in the Pasadena courthouse. Results are always tied to relationships and connections. Patrick and his team deliver results.
After a 32 year marriage, I walked away keeping 100% of my pension, paid no spousal support, and we paid our own attorney fees despite the fact that my ex refused to work.
Patrick was conscientious about expenses and did not try to run the bill up as many attorneys do. If you are in a position where you are going to need to go to court to get a judgement, then you want Patrick standing there beside you. Anything less and you risk a judgement that could have significant monetary implications for the rest of your life.
SERIOUSLY... YOU WANT PATRICK ON YOUR SIDE. If you decide to not use Patrick for some reason, at least do a consultation with him first...
Hiring Patrick to Represent Me Has Been the Best Decisions I've Made
Before I go into why you should hire Patrick, I'll just say this, hire him, it's the best decision you'll make when it comes to these matters,
I was scared and nervous, taking the initial meeting with Patrick Baghdaserian turned every thought, every fear and worry upside down, I walked out of our meeting with a sense of relief and happiness, I no longer felt this weight on my shoulders, I was able to sleep at night, every conversation I had with Patrick and Ida Ayvazian was not only professional but it was caring, I felt that they worked hard to help me through these tough times, my mind kept thinking the worst but I kept remembering the great hands that I was in and relief quickly came, not only did Patrick perform like a true professional, he quickly adapted during court to anything that the opposing party threw at us, I truly admire Patrick and his team, I would not want to have Patrick against me in the courtroom.