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Binoye Jos

Binoye Jos

Family Law Attorney

At Jos Family Law, my focus is on helping families with legal matters that involve the most important people and aspects in their lives. When children are involved, the outcome of family law litigation should always be in the best interests of the child.

You can trust my firm to help you navigate your family law dispute. Not only did I have a very successful career for more than 20 years, managing and training more than 1,000 marketing directors, I also experienced my own personal child custody battle. Married for only two years, it took more than five years to litigate and cost more than $400,000. Even after 198 filings and being represented by two high-profile attorneys, I could not get custody orders that were in my child’s best interests. That left me with only one way to help my child: I had to learn the law and fight for my child by representing myself in family law court. After firing my attorneys, I was able to win 50% custody in a few short months, while working full time and taking care of my young son. After my victory, I made the decision to become an attorney. Now others benefit from my passion of protecting their families' most precious assets and fighting for the best interests of every child.

If you are looking for an attorney who understands the pain, the struggle, and what it takes to fight for your family’s rights in a family law matter, look no further. I believe that winniing is a habit, one that I practice every single day. The day I don’t have the passion, energy, and drive to fight for my clients’ rights is the day I will walk away from this career. I believe my clients’ lives are equally as important as my own, and treat them with the respect and care they deserve.

Martin Luther King, Jr., said that "[t]he ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." During the most difficult time of my life, I was fortunate enough to remarry, and we have three children and a wonderful family life. I am eager and ready to help families during the toughest times in their lives. I know what it takes.

If you are ready to meet your Orange County Child Custody Attorney, one who will fight for your rights in Orange, California, and surrounding areas, then contact us for a free initial consultatioin at (714) 733-7066 or jos@josfamilylaw.com.

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Eric M. Nakasu

Family Law Attorney

I have been licensed to practice law in California and Hawaii for the past 33 years. I have been a sole practitioner and worked at law firms. My area of practice has focused mainly on family law which I did almost exclusively for 20 years. I have experience in dissolutions, child custody and visitation, child support, paternity, domestic violence, parent move-away, property disputes, adoptions, name changes, and most other aspects of family law.

Prior to joining Jos Family Law, I had practiced family law for so many years and admitted had fallen into a rut of how I approached family law cases. During the years, I had lost the spirit of truly helping the client and their children get through the dissolution or paternity matter. I no longer had the enthusiasm, excitement and creativity in handling family law cases. But when I met Mr. Jos, his passion for the law and his enthusiasm for getting children back with their parents changed my view of practicing law.

I met Mr. Binoye Jos of Jos Family Law by coincidence. When I reviewed the Jos Family Law website, I was intrigued by his personal story and how his own nasty dissolution and child support case motivated him to become an attorney specializing in child custody matters. Then, when I first spoke with Mr. Jos, I was convinced that I had to work with him to help clients with family law cases, especially child custody matters.

Mr. Jos was friendly and jovial but when discussing child custody matters, I could see the passion that he had about making sure that both parents, mothers and fathers, had equal rights and access to their children. Although there was no doubt that Mr. Jos fights for his clients, his approach was tempered by reasonableness and fairness. He spoke about not alienating children from either parent unless that parent was an actual threat of harm to the children. Mr. Jos also said that he wouldn’t take a client who is untruthful or make false allegations against the other party, just to “win at all costs.” That simply was not his style or his approach as an attorney. Not only is Mr. Jos highly intelligent and knowledgeable about the law, what initially struck me was his passion for his clients and the empathy that he has for all alienated parents. He openly claims that this fire was fueled by his own personal custody battle experience that drives him to bring just for all parents locked in their own private custody battles.

I am at Jos Family Law because of Mr. Jos and his excitement to genuinely help people, not just take their money. I believe we have a “shared vision” of how family law cases, especially difficult child custody matters, should be handled. The children are the most important aspect of any child custody case and Jos Family Law is more interested in protecting their health and welfare, than winning in court! If you have the same interest and are involved or anticipate being involved in such a custody fight, please give us a call and I know we can help you.

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Dolores Lopez, Esq.

Family Law Attorney

Throughout the years, I have practiced in Los Angeles, San Diego and Riverside counties, primarily in the area of Family Law. As a former Attorney for Legal Aid, I met victims of domestic violence. However, I also learned there are some people who make false domestic violence allegations just to gain custody. The problem is that the restrained party is then presumed to be an unfit parent, making it difficult for them to regain custody. The restrained party may even become bittered and try to get even by becoming entangled in prolonged litigation. Both parents end up suffering and so do their children. This creates immeasurable emotional damage to everyone involved, making it difficult to rebuild trust.

The second problem in many child custody cases are the people that seek to use the legal system as a tool to punish their former partners for the failure of the relationship. They use the system for silly matters and end up spending substantial money to do so. This is money that would be better used for savings, investments or for their children. The only people who end up truly winning in such situations are the attorneys who represent them.

The third problem that often occurs is that the client’s emotions can become clouded so they trust their attorney who convinces them that litigation is the answer where mediation would have resolved the issue. Often, it is better to mediate than litigate. The latter should only be used when it is absolutely necessary—where mediation has failed.

When I met Mr. Jos, I agreed with his vision of seeking to do what is best for the parent and the children in every case. I focus solely on family law matters and I derive satisfaction from achieving results that bring families closer together.

If you are looking for a law firm that always focuses on the client, call us to schedule your free consultation today!

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Nichelle Nakasu

Assistant

Nichelle received a Bachelor of Science in Criminology & Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in three years of study with dual-minors in English and Sociology. Nichelle maintained a 3.9 GPA while balancing academic and social affiliations in Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity. She was a Founding Member of NAU’s chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon.

Nichelle served on the Judicial Board and helped manage a chapter of 150+ women. Nichelle hopes to attend a local law school and become an attorney.

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