Marc Duxbury - County Law Center



Marc Duxbury
County Law Center
1901 Camino Vida Roble, Ste. 114
Carlsbad, CA 92008

760-438-5291

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Marc Duxbury
County Law Center

Attorney Profile
Law School

California Western
1985 - 1988

Website

http://www.countylawcenter-familylaw.com

760-438-5291


The County Law Center, founded by Attorney Marc A. Duxbury   in 1989, has been providing assistance with divorce and family law for clients throughout Southern California for over twenty years.
                                                                                    
At County Law Center, Attorney Mark Duxbury understands that divorce, separation, child custody, visitation, child support, and all other related family law matters can be extremely emotional. The separation and divorce process is often stressful and traumatic. We have the expertise to help relieve our clients of as much of the burden as is possible, and to do so as quickly as possible, so you can move forward with your life.
 
Lawyer Marc Duxbury prides his law firm, The County Law Center, [link destination: attorney] on being a “user friendly” law firm. Attorney Marc A. Duxbury and his support staff of experienced paralegals and secretarial assistants have a strong commitment to each client. Attorney Duxbury and his staff go out of their way to ensure that your needs are being met, by the timely scheduling of appointments and prompt return of phone calls. You will not be left wondering what is happening with your case – we will keep you up to date and answer all of your questions promptly and courteously. We will also work diligently with opposing counsel in an effort to attempt to resolve your case efficiently, quickly, and permanently.
 
We provide a free initial consultation and offer advice with respect to all aspects of family law, including: annulment, legal separation, divorce, domestic partnerships, child custody, child visitation, child support, spousal support, move-away issues, paternity, property distribution, and domestic violence matters