Experienced Contested Divorce Attorney
Montgomery County | Bucks County | Philadelphia County
When your marriage has ended, you hope that you can simply agree on custody, support and property issues, and move on with your life. Unfortunately, that doesn’t happen very often. When your ex-spouse is unwilling to be fair with you, you need an experienced, aggressive and effective lawyer to protect your interests. You want the Law Office of Joanne E. Kleiner.
At our office, we bring more than 25 years of experience to men and women across southeastern Pennsylvania, focusing our practice exclusively on divorce and family law matters. We take a results-oriented approach, learning as much as we can about your situation and your goals, so that we can put together the best strategy to get the outcome you want. We believe that the key to effective representation is open communication. We will keep you fully apprised of all developments in your case, as well as your options, so that you can make informed decisions that are in your best interests.
Let us help you move forward. Contact our office by e-mail or call us at 215-886-1266 to set up an appointment.
Our Representation in Contested Divorce Proceedings
We will be strong advocates for you at any stage of a contested divorce, from the initial filing of a complaint or response through mediation, negotiated settlements or trial. We can also help you take appropriate steps to modify or enforce a final divorce decree.
We handle all matters related to or arising out of divorce, including:
- Child custody and visitation — We will help you formulate and put in place arrangements that are in the best interests of your minor children, while protecting your rights as a parent. Our plan will take into consideration the educational, medical, religious and other special needs of your child.
- Child support — We will review all proposed child support orders for compliance with Pennsylvania guidelines, and to ensure that all sources of income are properly included.
- Spousal support or alimony — We will help you determine whether alimony or spousal support is appropriate and, if so, the amount, frequency and duration of payments.
- Property division — We will help you work out equitable arrangements for the division of all marital debts and assets, including real and personal property, financial accounts, retirement funds and business interests.
We’ll help you stay focused on what matters. To schedule an appointment with an experienced Pennsylvania divorce attorney, contact our office online or call us at 215-886-1266.