Facing a divorce is never an easy task, but with the right lawyer helping you, even the tremendous challenges ahead of you can be minimized. Having a caring and compassionate Florida lawyer working hard to help you obtain the best possible outcome will be your best resource during this difficult time.
Law Offices of Kelley A. Joseph, P.A.
Attorney Kelley A. Joseph, P.A., has been helping parents and children stay together for over 20 years. Kelley understands the concerns parents have over minor children, division of assets, and the emotional turmoil that is present even in the most amicable divorce situations. Kelley’s full-service law firm provides complete Marital & Family Law legal services to people in South Florida’s Broward County, Palm Beach County and Miami-Dade County.
Ms. Joseph has been licensed to practice law in Florida for 21 years, since 1994. She earned her Juris Doctor Law Degree in 1994, at Nova Southeastern University – Shepard Broad Law Center. She earned many honors in this area of law, including designation as a Certified Family Court Guardian Ad Litem in 1998.
Florida Family Law Attorney
Kelley A. Joseph is a kind and caring professional with full knowledge of the issues of Family Law and how Divorce affects the family unit. As a mother of a child with Autism, she also understands the concerns of clients who care for special needs children. An experienced Florida Family Law Attorney, Kelley cares about helping you through the challenges of marriage dissolution. Despite the difficult moments now, do not take chances with your future or the well-being of your children, or future assets you deserve.
Family Law Services
Family Law involves many diverse issues, but Child Custody, Family Law, Divorce & Separation, Marriage and Prenuptial Agreements are always areas of concern to families in turmoil. Our mission is to help you attain your goals for family comfort. Our services include resolving disputes and helping clients deal with even the most complex parental and financial matters. We help clients with guardianship, enforcement, social investigations, abuse evaluations and parental responsibility issues.
Finding the right answers may involve Mediation or Litigation. The result could be reconciliation or a division of the family unit. The best outcome is one that meets the needs of minor children and their parents, above all others. This is the goal of Florida Family Law and the court system whenever a family is in jeopardy.
If you have concerns about Florida Family Law or want to discuss your family matters, we want to help you today.