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Testimonial – Client, Tess B.

“From the moment that I filed for divorce and child custody, I had 100% confidence in Brian. Each step of the way he kept me informed and prepared. I found his knowledge and background with divorce and child custody to be more than comforting. He was prompt in all responses or concerns that I had as well. I will most definitely refer a friend to him for his services and I would hire him again in a heartbeat should that ever be necessary. Thanks Brian!" Read more

RSS Divorce and Child Custody Discussion with Attorney Brian A. Victor

  • Improving Ineffective Co-parenting Skills July 17, 2017
    San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses the topic of improving ineffective coparenting skills in this podcast episode. Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at Family Court Services in San Diego. To learn […]
  • Co-parenting With An Unwilling Co-parent April 9, 2017
    San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses the topic of co-parenting with an unwilling co-parent in this podcast episode. Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at Family Court Services in San Diego. To […]
  • Child Custody Parenting Plan Part 2 March 20, 2017
    San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses the topic of how work schedules affect a child custody parenting plan in part two of this podcast episode. Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at […]
  • Child Custody Parenting Plan Part 1 February 28, 2017
    San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses the topic of developing a child custody parenting plan in part one of this podcast episode. Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at Family Court Services […]
  • Family Court and Mistakes February 8, 2017
    San Diego divorce and child custody lawyer Brian A. Victor discusses the topic of how to deal with mistakes made by clients in Family Court. Attorney Brian A. Victor discusses divorce and child custody issues. He brings more than 11 years experience recommending parenting plans to judges while working at Family Court Services in San […]

San Diego Administrative Law Merit System Protection Board Lawyer (MSPB)

Are you a federal employee who has been fired or suspended without merit? If you believe you have been discriminated against, been treated unfairly, or have not received your due process rights, among other injustices, appealing this decision to the Merit Systems Protection Board may be the appropriate course of action in order to be reinstated in your prior position or to be compensated for these unlawful behaviors.

Attorney Brian A. Victor has handled Administrative Law matters by petitioning the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) for federal employees who want to appeal the decision to be fired or suspended from their jobs without merit. The Law Offices of Brian A. Victor will file your petition and handle your matter through a settlement stage and status conference.

As there are specific deadlines for filing an appeal petition with the Merit Systems Protection Board, do not hesitate to contact the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor for assistance.

If you are interested in administrative law merit system protection services in San Diego, contact the Law Offices of Brian A. Victor at 858-633-3529 for immediate assistance.

FAQs for MSPB

1. I’m a federal employee. How do my workplace rights differ from those working in the private sector?

Answer:

Federal employees are afforded specific legal protections and rights unavailable to employees in the private sector. They include but are not limited to discrimination or being denied a position because of a disability, gender, race, age, or nationality.

2. I was just passed up for a promotion and I feel it may have been because I am pregnant. What can I do?

Answer:

It is illegal for your employer to treat you differently because of a pregnancy. Pregnancy discrimination can take many forms. You may have been denied a promotion, for which you were most qualified, may be treated differently or are not provided the same opportunities as others. I can provide aggressive advocacy to the victims of pregnancy discrimination.