Katzenstein Law Offices

A Divorce Attorney Can Help You Reach a Mutually Beneficial Agreement

The decision to end your marriage can naturally cause turmoil or heartache, and the process of finalizing legal divorce can certainly add to the pain. Resolving issues such as property division, spousal support, and child custody is not easy, but working with an divorce attorney can help make the process easier. Practicing in Holland, PA, for many years, Robert Katzenstein has assisted hundreds of Pennsylvania individuals and couples dissolve their marriage and achieve resolution and peace. With compassionate concern for his clients and their children, Mr. Katzenstein can work toward the best possible outcome under the circumstances. Contact Katzenstein Law Offices today to discuss your situation or schedule a consultation.

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Hiring a divorce attorney to help negotiate issues such as child custody and alimony can help alleviate the stress associated with divorce proceedings. 

About Pennsylvania Divorce

Pennsylvania courts recognize both “no-fault” divorce and dissolutions based on specific grounds, such as adultery, criminal activity, cruelty, or abandonment. A divorce granted on the basis of wrongdoing on the part of one spouse can affect court decisions pertaining to alimony and child custody issues.

It is often preferable to pursue a no-fault divorce, even when there are grounds to accuse your spouse of wrongdoing. Fault-based divorces are more complex, expensive, and emotionally difficult. You must demonstrate proof of allegations, which involves providing detailed personal testimony before a judge. 

Mr. Katzenstein understands the trauma of divorce and seeks to ease your path whenever possible. Representing you, he will work to ensure you are fully aware of your rights and are treated fairly.

A no-fault divorce can be requested by mutual consent, or one spouse can ask a judge to grant the divorce based on irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. In this case, the couple must have lived separately for at least two years, and the respondent spouse must not move to contest information in the affidavit.  

Representation by Katzenstein Law Offices

Mr. Katzenstein can offer you valuable legal advice and counsel based upon decades of experience in family law. He can assist you in amicably settling a no-fault divorce, guide you through a collaborative divorce, or if need be, aggressively advocate your interests before a judge. Katzenstein Law Offices offers help with property division, spousal and child support determinations, and child custody plans.

Known for his conscientious care for each client, Mr. Katzenstein handles cases with integrity, honesty, and compassion.  He understands the trauma of divorce and seeks to ease your path whenever possible. Representing you, he will work to ensure you are fully aware of your rights and are treated fairly. He understands and proactively prevents manipulative tactics, including using children as a weapon and hiding financial assets.

Katzenstein Law Offices can also provide valuable assistance for post-divorce issues. If your spouse is out of compliance with your divorce decree, we can help you enforce the judgment. A modification of the judge’s original order is sometimes necessary or appropriate, or there may be a relocation issue affecting parent-child visitation.  Over the years, circumstances often change, and you may have grounds to modify an order of support or a custody arrangement.

Hire a Divorce Attorney to Represent Your Interest

Robert Katzenstein is an excellent choice to help with your divorce or post-divorce dispute. He can also evaluate your case and determine whether an annulment is a suitable option. With over 35 years of family law experience in Bucks County, he provides sound advice and promotes reasonable expectations. To speak to the attorney or schedule a consultation, please contact us online or call our office at (215) 322-3400 today.

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86 Buck Rd
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Holland, PA 18966

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