Filing for Divorce in Palmdale, CA

Representing Your Best Interests

Filing for divorce is a difficult and frightening place decision. When divorce is pursued in the absence of a strong legal guide, the outcome can be devastating. You and your family will likely face difficulty as you proceed through the various aspects of divorce, including:

Even when a divorce starts out in an amicable manner, it can still spiral out of control into a legal battle between two angry parties. Some issues can cause the case to turn into a complex divorce. If your current spouse is seeking a different outcome than what you want, you will need the strong legal guidance of our Palmdale divorce lawyer.

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Schedule a consultation with Attorney Bigler by calling 661-368-1181.

Grounds for Filing Divorce in California

California is a no-fault-divorce state. As a result, you do not need to have a reason to file for divorce. You must, however, have grounds in order to file. You can file on the grounds of incurable insanity or irreconcilable differences. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, we can help you! Contested divorce applies to couples who are unable to come to agreement on the various topics of divorce. Uncontested divorce means that you and your spouse can work together on the terms of the divorce.

How Our Palmdale Divorce Attorney Can Help You

With more than two decades of experience, we are confident in our ability to help you through your case. Attorney Bigler has handled thousands of divorce cases, including contested hearings and trials. 

Our Palmdale divorce lawyer also remains up to date on all of the changes in legislation related to family law in California.

Contact us today for guidance through your divorce case.

Contact our certified family law specialist today by calling 661-368-1181
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