Escondido Family Law Attorneys
Complete Family Law Services in Escondido & Beyond
Any legal matter has the potential to change your life, but the impact is never so personal as when it involves marriage, children, and other family matters. At Griffith, Young & Lass, we understand how challenging family law issues can be. That’s why our team works so hard to understand each client’s needs and concerns, using our legal experience to develop strategies that pave the way for the best possible outcome. The future can be brighter with the right team in your corner, and our Escondido family law firm is here to help you move forward.
From complex high asset divorces to annulments and everything in between, Griffith, Young & Lass is here to help you achieve your goals. To learn more, call 858-951-1526!
How We Can Help
No two family law cases are the same, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach that will work for everyone. Because these cases are so personal, you need a team that is not only compassionate to your needs but that is committed to pushing for the results that will make a positive difference in your life. That is the level of counsel and support you can expect from Griffith, Young & Lass.
As Escondido family law attorneys, we can address any of the following legal matters:
- Child support
- CPS representation
- Custody and visitation
- Domestic violence
- Enforcement proceedings
- Fathers’ rights
- Grandparents’ rights
- High asset divorce
- Parental rights
- Postnuptial agreements
- Prenuptial agreements
- Restraining orders
- Spousal support
Reclaim Your Future with Our Escondido Family Lawyers
Some of the biggest changes in life are associated with familial relationships, marriage, and children. Whether you need help drafting a prenuptial agreement before a second marriage, need to ensure that a child custody order is enforced, or are considering a divorce, our Escondido family lawyers have the tools and know-how to help you navigate the process with the least amount of disruption and stress.
About Escondido, CA
Escondido is one of the oldest cities in San Diego County. Incorporated on October 8, 1888, it is located just 15 miles from the Pacific Ocean and 40 miles from the border between the United States and Mexico. The city’s name means “hidden” in Spanish, and some believe it originally alluded to “hidden water” or “hidden treasure.” Escondido is known for its long history and rich culture, and its temperate climate makes it an ideal spot for all types of outdoor activities. Escondido is also recognized as a fast-growing community; as of July 2021, the city’s population was 150,665. The city encompasses a total land area of approximately 37 square miles.
In its early years, Escondido was an agricultural community. Muscat grapes were the first crops, but after the construction of a dam in 1895, Lake Wohlford was formed and large quantities of trees were planted in the area. These included orange, lemon, olive, and walnut trees. Avocados became the next prominent crop in Escondido in the 1960s, but in the following decades, much of the city’s agricultural land was turned into housing tracts. The city is still home to vineyards, avocado orchards, and citrus orchards.
Escondido has much to offer its residents and visitors, with its proximity to the ocean as well as Dixon Lake, a popular fishing spot located in the northern part of the city. Some of the most popular attractions in the Escondido area include the shops, restaurants, and stores in Downtown Escondido, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, the Welk Resorts Theatre, Orfila Vineyards & Winery, and the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. Visitors can also take in the scenery by walking across the David Kreitzer Lake Hodges Bicycle Pedestrian Suspension Bridge, which opened in May 2009 and is reportedly the longest bridge of its kind in the world.