Filing for Divorce in Montgomery County
Helping Clients Through Marriage Dissolution in Norristown & the Surrounding Areas
Divorce can be an extremely emotional process for many people, but it is possible to emerge from a divorce in a better place than when they started. To properly resolve a divorce, it is important to work with a Montgomery County divorce lawyer who not only has your best interests at heart, but who also has the experience to skillfully negotiate and/or litigate this proceeding on your behalf.
For a free initial consultation, call our Montgomery County divorce lawyer at (610) 365-4733 today.
Our attorneys can effectively and efficiently guide our clients through all matters of divorce, including:
- Asset division
- Spousal support
- Drafting divorce settlements and related documents
- Child custody and related issues
- Child support
Offering Alternatives to Contentious Divorce Proceedings
While there are times when litigation is the best way to resolve a divorce, many people find out-of-court alternatives to litigation to be preferable. Settling a divorce out of court is generally less expensive and less time-consuming than other methods. Our lawyers have years of experience drafting divorce documents and guiding individuals through less-contentious divorce processes.
Mediation, for example, is one way our attorneys can help you resolve your divorce issues. Through this process, one of our knowledgeable lawyers will work as a neutral third party and guide all conversations toward an amicable solution.
Proactively Protecting Your Assets
For many people, asset protection is an extremely important part of the divorce process. However, you do not have to wait until you are getting divorced to address important property. Through various documents, you can protect assets long before you consider divorce and even before you are married.
The most common documents we can help you create are:
- Prenuptial agreements: These are more likely to hold up in court and can address everything from property division to alimony but not child custody.
- Postnuptial agreements: Drafted after a marriage, postnups are a good way to protect individual assets should divorce become necessary.
- Separation agreements: Similar to a divorce agreement, a separation agreement can address child custody and support, alimony and property division.
Our attorneys can successfully advise you and your partner on which assets you should include on your documents as well as what would be the most fair for all parties involved. We have worked on countless legal documents of this time and can help you create a personalized agreement that works for your situation.
Offering Assertive & Understanding Legal Services
When you choose to work with Testa & Pagnanelli, LLC, you are choosing to work with Montgomery County divorce lawyers who will do what we can to help you resolve your issue without stepping foot in a courtroom. However, if there is no way to achieve this, we are ready to aggressively litigate your position before a judge.
Efficiency You Deserve
Our firm will work to help you reach the next chapter quickly, efficiently, and without wasting your time and resources.
Focused Exclusively on Family Law
Don't leave the most important part of your life to chance, our team is highly experienced and solely focused on handling family law matters.
Well-Respected in the Legal Community
Our attorneys have an impeccable reputation within the legal community and are highly regarded in their field.
Over 30 Years of Collective Experience
Between our attorneys, we have over 30 years of collective experience in ensuring your legal rights are advocated for.