Gainesville, Florida, Divorce and Family Law Attorneys
All of our lawyers hold true to the belief that a client is well-served only when a divorce settlement or court judgment resolves present needs and provides for a sound future. We understand how difficult ending a marriage can be, and how the last thing you might want to think about is filling out divorce forms.
We use our experience to protect our clients' interests
Whether your divorce will be uncontested and straightforward, or complex with child custody and asset valuation issues, the Law Office of Richard M. Knellinger, P.A. can help.
By taking the time to learn of our clients' immediate and long-term family needs, we can propose negotiated solutions that are reasonable, responsible, and often spare the emotional and financial expense of costly court litigation.
When the court is called upon to resolve issues, our attorneys use their experience and extensive knowledge of Florida family law to ensure that our clients' interests are protected.
If you are considering filing for divorce, contact our office in Gainesville to schedule an appointment with one of our family law attorneys.
- Divorce, contested and uncontested
- Divorce agreements
- Equitable distribution of assets and debts
- High-asset divorce
- Protecting your business interests in a divorce
- Child custody, support, and visitation
- Alimony, spousal support
We handle divorces that involve complex equitable distribution of assets
To locate, categorize, inventory, and determine the proper valuation of complex assets such as businesses, intellectual property, pension plans, military benefits, and inherited property are important components in almost every case. Our background in business law and property issues can be extremely helpful to clients with substantial assets, professional practices, and family-owned businesses.
Our attorneys can also assist you with prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements, paternity, guardianships, and domestic violence issues.
Contact our office to schedule an appointment about your separation or divorce. If you have children, please fill out our Parenting Schedule and Responsibility Worksheet [Outbound link to Parenting Schedule and Responsibility Worksheet] (PDF) and bring it with you to your appointment.