Palmdale Complex Divorce Attorney
Uncompromising & Dedicated Representation
Divorce is never a simple process. When a couple has a particularly complicated issue within their marriage, it can cause the divorce to be substantially more complex. When you are facing a complex divorce, there is a much greater need to have an experienced Palmdale divorce lawyer from our firm by your side. At the Law Offices of John C. Bigler, our attorney provides knowledgeable representation and the personalized attention you need as you navigate the complex aspects of your divorce.
What makes a divorce "complex?"
Many aspects of a couple's life can greatly complicate their divorce. One of the most common situations that can complicate a case is that of high net worth. Couples who are of high net worth will have difficulty during the property division portion of their divorce. Another circumstance that can complicate a divorce case is an allegation of domestic violence. Domestic violence cases can substantially impact a child custody decision. A case can also be considered complex when it is contested. Contested divorce cases involve two parties who cannot agree on the important aspects of the divorce and therefore require the court's involvement.
Palmdale Family Lawyer for Complex Divorces
At the Law Offices of John C. Bigler, our Palmdale complex divorce attorney has 25 years of experience. In addition, he has handled thousands of divorce cases, including ones that involve heated contested hearings and trials. Using his experience and knowledge, our firm can help you through each aspect of your complex divorce to ensure the best possible result.
Contact our firm today for the legal guidance you deserve. Whether you need assistance with child support, child custody, property division, or any other situation, we can help! Schedule a case evaluation if you have questions or would like further information on what choices will positively impact your family's future.
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Who can receive spousal support?
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Who can receive visitation rights?
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What is a first right of refusal?
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