About The Firm

About Hartley, Maxwell & Castellano

At Hartley, Maxwell & Castellano, we are dedicated to assisting our clients with all of their family's legal needs. We handle traditional family law issues like divorce, child custody and adoption. We are also skilled at representing clients in complicated matters such as military divorce, grandparents' visitation rights and child abduction cases.

In addition to family law cases, we also assist our clients with nonfamily law matters that relate to their underlying family law issues. Often, domestic abuse allegations or dire financial circumstances intersect with a family law case. Instead of referring those cases out to other law firms, we handle them in-house, with our own on-staff attorneys who are seasoned at handling criminal, bankruptcy and other non-family-law cases.

How We Can Fortify Your Future

Helping the afflicted and the oppressed obtain just, equitable results is the cornerstone of our legal practice. We are a close-knit unit dedicated to assisting our clients, focused on delivering high-quality legal services. We use a variety of tools in solving our clients' individual needs, advising, negotiating and litigating cases as needed to reach our clients' goals.

Our law firm offers family-based legal solutions in a manner consistent with our Christian values. We pursue justice with integrity and observe principles like those expressed in Micah 6:8: "The Lord has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God."

Our clients and peers appreciate our refreshing perspective and consistently appreciate our skills and the way we handle our cases, referring others who need legal assistance to our firm.

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Whatever legal issues your family is facing, rest assured we can be of assistance. Call our Ventura office at 805-232-5808 or contact us online to set up a free consultation.

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