Divorce - Uncontested and Contested
Are you dealing with a divorce? Whether you agree or disagree with your spouse on the various aspects of your settlement. It is extremely important to understand what should be discussed with a legal professional. For over 35 years, the professionals at John N. Kitta & Associates have helped individuals looking for the right divorce attorney to get the compensation they deserve.
Many individuals believe that if they are already filed with the Family Court, they cannot contact an attorney from another county. This is not the case. No matter where you are in your divorce proceedings, we can help you today.
If the split is amicable, why is a Divorce Lawyer needed?
At John N. Kitta & Associates, we help our clients through each stage of the divorce proceedings, even if it is amicable. Even if your California divorce does not go to trial, you will still be able to save yourself time and money by contacting an attorney to handle legal details. Our professionals will be able to work with you and your partner to ensure that all parties involved get the best outcome in the fastest manner possible.
You may have a child custody dispute and need help making a parenting plan to file with the court; or you may have no children; you may have multiple properties, own several vehicles and may be business partners who are divorcing; no matter the complexity of your case, we are prepared to use our vast experience and considerable resources to help you with any of the following:
- Child custody disputes
- Visitation schedules
- Child support negotiations
- Alimony and spousal support
- Post-divorce modifications
- Prenuptial agreements
- Divorce litigation
- Grandparents and stepparents’ rights
- Asset Distribution
- Property Division
- Spousal Support
If you are looking for an attorney that will ensure that all of your family law issues will be handled with professionalism, diplomacy, intelligence, and compassion, please contact John N. Kitta & Associates to set up your consultation.
We will work with you to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible. Whether you have questions, or wish to learn more about uncontested and contested divorce case laws and regulations, please contact us today.