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Comprehensive Representation for a Wide Range of Family Law Issues Learn more about our services below, and then contact our firm to learn more about how we can best help you and your family. Divorce: Our firm guides clients through the complex process of divorce. We provide solid legal advocacy and caring service during each step of the process, including at the initial consultation and during discovery, mediation, negotiation and trial. We ensure that our clients' rights are protected from day one. Uncontested divorce: If you and your spouse are able to amicably agree upon the terms of your divorce, our firm can help you complete the process in an efficient and cost-effective manner, while still ensuring your rights are protected. Parenting time: Our firm helps clients resolve issues in child custody and visitation. We ensure that the best interests of your children are upheld, while at the same time protecting your parental rights. Attorney Klein is also experienced in bringing or defending against motions for child relocations. Child support: In the state of Florida, there is a set schedule which courts use to determine child support. This calculation takes into account numerous factors such as parental income, division of parenting time and any special needs of the children. Deviations from the schedule can be obtained with the help of our firm. Spousal support: Attorney Klein can help you determine if alimony will be a factor in your divorce. He is skilled in analyzing the financial positions of both you and your spouse, and can advise on permanent, rehabilitative and durational types of alimony. Asset and property division: In terms of divorce, Florida is an equitable distribution state. This means there is a presumption of a fair division in your assets and liabilities when you end your marriage. In many cases this amounts to a 50/50 split, but a judge may take numerous factors into account when deciding your award. Our firm will advise on the best methods for asset documentation, to ensure that you receive everything to which you are entitled. Paternity: Our firm helps unwed parents resolve issues surrounding their children in terms of child support and parenting time. Modifications: Even after your divorce order is finalized, there are still opportunities to modify your final agreement if there is a significant change in circumstances for you or your ex-spouse. Our firm can help you address modifications issues surrounding parenting time, child support and alimony. Mediation: Each county has slightly different mediation requirements. Before your divorce case can be argued before a judge in Pasco County, you and your spouse are required to attend mediation (absent an emergency, as determined by the court). This is an avenue to discuss interim and permanent issues in child support, child custody and alimony. Family law litigation: When negotiation attempts are unsuccessful in your divorce proceeding, attorney Klein is fully prepared to take your case to court. As an experienced trial lawyer, he is an aggressive defender of your rights at trial. Domestic violence injunctions: When issues of domestic violence arise in your family, our firm can help you bring or defend against an order of protection. Regardless of whether you or your spouse plans to file for divorce, our firm is here to provide nonjudgmental representation aimed at protecting you and your rights. Wills and Probate: A will is a legal document that lets you decide how your estate -- which is all your real and personal property -- will be handled after you pass away. In general, the probate process involves collecting the assets of the deceased, liquidating any liabilities, paying necessary taxes, and distributing property to heirs.  Attorney Frank Kliein is ready to assist you in making the necessary preparations. Living Wills and Powers of Attorney: A living will is a written document that allows a patient to give explicit instructions about medical treatment to be administered when the patient is terminally ill or permanently unconscious.  It is also referred to as an advance directive. In Florida, a power of attorney for health care is called a designation of a health care surrogate.  This document ensures that if you become unable to direct your own medical care due to illness, accident or advanced age, that a person you name and trust will be making those decisions on your behalf. Pasco County Divorce Attorney Contact the law office of Frank D. Klein, P.A., at 727-849-2303 to speak with a skilled New Port Richey family law attorney. We are ready to answer all of your family law questions and help you move forward. Payment plans are available.     
Pasco County Divorce Attorney   Contact the law office of Frank D. Klein, P.A., at 727-849-2303 to speak with a skilled Pasco County family law attorney. We are ready to answer all of your family law questions and help you move forward. Payment plans are available.
We provide a wide range of family law services Learn more about our services below then contact our firm to discuss your situation Call us at 727-849-2303
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