Attorney Jeffrey N. Novack Novack Law Offices

Posted on January 29, 2019
CategoryDivorce Lawyer
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Attorney Jeffrey N. Novack Novack Law Offices

Attorney Jeffrey N. Novack of the Novack Law Offices brings 30 years of family law experience to the benefit of his clients.

Mr. Novack has been recognized by the California Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar of California, who has granted Mr. Novack certification as Specialist in Family Law.

This certification is given out to a limited number of attorney who have met a wide range of stringent requirements, including ongoing legal education and experience representing clients in court matters.

Attorney Novack and his dedicated and professional staff aid clients by educating them to the entire legal process, including the long-term implications of their decisions in their divorce or other family law issues, no matter how complicated the circumstances.

They believe that having an informed client helps to guide clients toward successful solutions and will aggressively pursue resolution of your matter in the most efficient manner possible, allowing you to focus on the next phase of your life.

Rest assured, Attorney Novack is knowledgeable and experienced in dealing with California Family Law matters.

He gets results for his clients with divorce, child custody, paternity, child support, property division, domestic violence and all other matters dealing with family law.

Well-calculated, quick resolutions will save you time in court and attorney fees.

Schedule a free consultation with Attorney Novack to review your options.

Mr. Novack’s goal is to achieve a quick and amicable solution to your family law matters. The legal team at the Novack Law Offices is ready to help you and your family through your case.


Jeffrey N. Novack,
Attorney At Law


  • University of California at San Diego, B.A. – 1979
  • California Western School of Law, J.D. – 1982

Date Admitted to the Bar:

  • 1985


  • California

Professional Memberships & Achievements:

  • California Certified Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of California
  • 32 Years of Expertise Handling Exclusively Family Law Matters
  • Three Generations Serving Southern California Legal Needs
  • Former Chair of the Family Law Section of Northern San Diego Bar Association
  • Former Chair of the Northern San Diego County Certified Family Law Specialists
  • Former Judge Pro Tem San Diego County
  • Former Judge Pro Tem Riverside County
  • Member: California State Bar
  • Member: San Diego County Bar Association
  • Member: Northern San Diego County Bar Association
  • Member: Southwest Riverside County Bar Association
  • Member: Association of Certified Family Law Specialists


Areas of Practice


Divorce is a complicated process. The separation of a married couple prompts emotional responses that can prevent us from properly weighing our options and making the best decisions.

High-Asset Divorce

Do you have significant assets or own a home together? Do you have significant debts? If these scenarios describe your situation, there are immediate decisions and actions you need to take. We can help.

Child Support

For separating parents with children, securing an appropriate child support amount is of great importance.

Child Custody

Preservation of your relationship with your child or children is likely the most important aspect of your family law matter.

Alimony & Spousal Support

Alimony, which is referred to in California as “spousal support,” is not an automatic component of every divorce action in California.

Division of Property Lawyer

The division of parties’ assets and liabilities can be the cornerstone on which your next household is built. You and your spouse worked and accumulated assets and property during your marriage.

Ex Parte Temporary Orders

In many cases, emergency situations arise, and there is a need for immediate action in order to obtain a court order. Such orders may preserve a community asset, establish child custody arrangements, or, in some cases, address financial needs and issues.

Domestic Violence

Whether it is the catalyst for a divorce or is a development within a divorce, domestic violence cannot be tolerated.


Both parents of a child have the right to be a part of their child’s life and a duty to provide the financial care that the child needs.

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