Divorce Lawyer Bay Area

Confidential Initial Consultation | Affordable Attorneys Fees

Divorce lawyer Bay Area. Keith F. Carr charges an affordable San Francisco divorce attorney with over 30 years experience. You can count on the Law Offices of Keith F. Carr. We walk you through each step of the process. The Law Offices of Keith F. Carr makes it their mission to give you the legal representation you deserve.

Keith F. Carr is a divorce lawyer in the Bay Area dedicated to representing you, including property division, alimony, child support and child custody.  We take the time to listen to your concerns and work diligently to champion your rights and the rights of your children. We understand the challenges you may face during divorce and it is our mission to be your advocate.

Why Law Offices of Keith F. Carr?

Confidential Consultation

Find out your rights in divorce without paying a fortune to other attorneys. 

Affordable Fees

We charge affordable legal fees for your divorce unlike other attorneys. Contact us for a quote of fees.

Affordable Payment Plans

We have payment plans to help you afford your legal fee and costs. Pay what you can afford. 

Full representation

No shortcuts in representing you in your divorce case. We fully prepare your paperwork and give you the attention that you deserve.

30 Years Experience

We will determine if what divorce issues are apparent in your case based upon your situation and income.

Your divorce Hearing

We are there at every step of the way. We consult with you and attend your hearing with you. No worries.

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