Divorce Attorney Serving Clients Throughout Montgomery County, PA

Divorce brings out powerful emotions. It can be easy to get caught up in a fight. It can be easy to want to win on issues such as child custody, division of assets and child support.

Unfortunately, when a divorce turns into a fight, neither side wins. More often, both sides waste time and money while subjecting themselves to intense stress. Then, in the end, the judge may make a decision that neither side is happy with.

You will find the family law attorney you need at the Law Offices of Catherine Cardozo, LLC in Abington, Pennsylvania. I recommend a collaborative approach to divorce. When differences are resolved through cooperation and agreement, rather than protracted litigation, everyone can benefit.

Experienced Abington Divorce Lawyer

When your marriage comes to an end, you want an experienced lawyer to help you make decisions that are right for you. An attorney who will help you prepare for divorce can save you significant time and expense down the road. You need an attorney who will work collaboratively with the other side while making certain that your interests are fully protected. I will advocate for you during your divorce, ensuring that your rights are protected.

When you are facing divorce, the unknown future can be intimidating. I take the time to advise you on any complications or issues that may arise, and I will answer all of your questions regarding your divorce concerns. At my law office, you don't have to worry about being ignored because I take special care with each of my clients.

Guidance In All Aspects Of Your Divorce

As your attorney, I will help you resolve all aspects of your divorce, including:

Annulment And Legal Separation

In addition to handling divorce, I can assist with annulments. The requirements for obtaining an annulment are very strict. Frequently, some element of fraud or deception must be involved. I will determine if you are eligible for an annulment. If not, I can assist with the divorce process.

Technically, there is no such thing as legal separation in Pennsylvania. However, there are options to achieve a similar status through the creation of a postnuptial agreement.

A Lawyer. A Trusted Adviser. A Friend.

To discuss your divorce, contact the Law Offices of Catherine Cardozo, LLC to schedule an appointment with an Abington divorce attorney.

I offer flexible office hours by appointment.