Divorce Lawyer in Plantation Florida with the experience to help.
If you are involved in a divorce, the Law Offices of Robert D. Burgs can help you. We understand how difficult this is for you and your family. We have represented hundreds of spouses in our almost 35 years of experience and understand both the emotional and legal issues involved. We understand how to help you proceed in your divorce case.
We encourage you to hire an attorney quickly. Not understanding your rights, or taking action now is a major mistake many people make. Together we can work to protect your rights and have a well prepared plan to make decisions prior to start of your divorce proceedings.
Many couples going through difficult times feel that the limited assets they have accumulated in their lives do not warrant the expense of experienced counsel. We understand that every divorce is a big case to the Husband or the Wife that is going through it, regardless of his or her wealth. This especially holds true where children are involved and the decisions that are made now will potentially affect the child for the rest of his/her life.
Here in Florida, as in many places, it is very important to have an attorney on your side to help guide you through the divorce process. A divorce attorney can work on your behalf with the goal of amicably solving your case and avoiding a trial. We will strive to resolve your case to avoid the financial and emotional expense of litigation, but should you need the courts to resolve your issues, as your divorce lawyer you can be assured that we will present an effective and persuasive case to the Judge to help you achieve the best possible results.
Areas of Practice
We limit our practice to family law dealing with issues that include:
Custody and Timesharing (Parenting Plans)
Child Support (both establishment and enforcement proceedings)
Asset and Debt Distribution (Equitable Distribution)
Marital Home and Other Properties
Alimony (Both establishment and enforcement proceedings)
Modification of Child Support and/or alimony