Spousal Support in California, Diana Romanovska, Family Law Attorney in San Francisco, California

Spousal Support in California, Diana Romanovska, Family Law Attorney in San Francisco, California

Spousal Support in California, Diana Romanovska, Family Law Attorney in San Francisco, California

Diana Romanovska Divorce Attorney and a Certified Family Law Specialist in San Francisco, California


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Ms. Romanovska is a San Francisco family law attorney, licensed to practice in both California and Germany. She is a certified Family Law Specialist in San Francisco and unique in her field, a rare divorce attorney who is able to provide legal counsel, representation, and mediation services in English, Russian, and German in order to better serve her clients.
Ms. Romanovska previously worked as a prosecutor in the Office of the District Attorney of the Regional Superior Court of Berlin, and for several large firms including Beiten Burghard & Wegner, and Linklaters Oppenhoff & Raedler. She was awarded the Outstanding Pro Bono Award for Family Law Cases by the Justice and Diversity Center for her volunteer work with the Bar Association of San Francisco in 2012 and 2013. She was also selected to the Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ list for her high standards of client care and in-depth knowledge of the law. Ms. Romanovska received her J.D. with a concentration in family law from the Freie University School of Law, a research University located in Berlin and one of the most prominent universities in Germany. She received her Master’s Degree (LL.M.) in US Legal Studies from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco.
Ms. Romanovska has been a resident of San Francisco since 2009. She was born in Kiev and lived there until the age of 15, when she moved with her family to Germany. Living in such diverse places has given Ms. Romanovska an understanding of different cultures that helps her thoughtfully practice law and be better connected with each of her clients. When Ms. Romanovska moved to San Francisco, she decided that she wanted to start a boutique family law firm so that she would have the time to really connect with her clients and make a difference in each matter. Ms. Romanovska also has a personal understanding of what it is like to go through a divorce, having been through one herself. This personal experience allows her to empathize with her clients and understand what is important to them.
Ms. Romanovska is regarded as one of the best divorce attorneys in San Francisco. Her breadth of experience in California divorce law includes the areas of child custody and visitation rights; child, spousal and domestic partner support; domestic violence restraining orders; and asset and property division. Beyond Ms. Romanovksa’s expertise as a divorce lawyer, she also specializes in other family law matters including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, as well as the enforcement of premarital and post-marital agreements.


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  1. Hi Ms Diana, my question is what is the definition of "Bonus" income? Is that Smith-Osler? We are in a dispute regarding that word. I assumed when the settlement agreement was written, it stated that I would receive 35% bonus income. My husband is an engineer and a very large percentage of his income stems from stocks, bonuses and RSIs (Im not sure if that is what they are called). The opposing attorney is stating that I can only be paid from his "bonus" income which is just about $10k per year, which is from a bi-yearly check he receives. It does not include anything else.? Now he is 63 and just became "laid off" and wants to discontinue support all together stating that since he is retiring he is no longer making the previous money he did and cannot get another job due to his age (no health problems). I made a mistake in hiring my attorney, as he is not very competent, and I am trying to figure out this myself. It is very confusing. thanks you!

  2. Mrs. Diana, My aunt is disabled from her legs, she use a wheelchair and she is married for 12 years but now she wants to divorce, is it possible that she has a chance of permanent spousal support? Or how many years she can get?

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