Pasco County, FL Contested Divorce Attorney
Helping You With Complex Divorce Issues
A divorce is hard enough, but when there is conflict with your former spouse, it makes it worse. Fights about property division, child custody, parenting, and more can make your life a nightmare. When you cannot decide things between you and your spouse, you end up in court. A judge decides key issues after he or she hears arguments from both sides.
A judge can make rulings to address:
- Who gets primary custody of children
- Visitation arrangements
- Alimony amounts and duration
- Who gets contested property
- Amount of child support
- Allocation of debt
During this challenging time, it is important to have a New Port Richey family lawyer who understands how to represent your interests in court. With over 35 years of experience, Dale L. Bernstein, Chartered Law Office knows what to expect and how to support you through the process.
We are on your side from start to finish. For help working through a contested divorce, contact us at (727) 312-1112 today.
Handling a Contested Divorce with Children
When children are in the middle of a messy divorce, it can be devastating. You want what is best for your kids, and your spouse is also fighting for their version of “best.” The emotional strain can be extreme for everyone involved.
Both parents are adjusting to a new reality where they will not have access to the kids 100 percent of the time. The children are also adapting to splitting time between parents. There are agreements to be made about schooling, financial support, religious upbringing, and much more.
When everyone is adjusting to significant change, it is even more essential to have a New Port Richey divorce attorney that is comfortable in Pasco County courtrooms. We will vigorously defend your rights and provide personalized representation. We have your best interests in mind and will fight for the best possible outcome for you.
You don't have to go through this alone. Let our skilled attorneys fight for your rights and work for a fair settlement. Contact Dale L. Bernstein, Chartered Law Office for an appointment today at (727) 312-1112.