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Experienced Legal Representation In Family Law

Legal issues are often an emotionally draining and costly ordeal. My goal is to use mediation to reduce levels of stress and conflict by taking emotions out of the equation as much as possible. However, if your legal issue goes to trial, I am ready to represent you in both state and appellate court.

I’m Troy Klein, a board-certified marital and family law attorney based in West Palm Beach. At the Law Office of Troy W. Klein, P.A., I handle family law cases of all kinds, including appeals. I will put my knowledge and experience to work for you to protect your rights, your loved ones and your assets.

Helping You Build A New Life As A Family

I work with people on all types of family law issues. Whether it is divorce, paternity or modifying custody and support agreements after life changes, I am here to help. For decades, I have fought zealously for the best interests of my clients. Services I provide include:

  • Representation in all issues related to custody and visitation agreements
  • Modification of agreements relevant to child custody and support
  • All matters related to ending a marriage, including high-asset, contested and uncontested divorce
  • Assistance and guidance through mediation, litigation and appeals
  • Counsel and representation through paternity establishment

When children are involved, I will make sure that their best interests are always a top priority. I will give you a comprehensive perspective on potential solutions to resolve your family law issues and build a better future.

Answering Common Family Law Questions

Family law is a complicated and nuanced area. When you’re going through a major family transition, such as divorce, you understandably may have many questions. Below, you will find answers to some frequently asked questions that I hear in my practice.

Is Florida a community property state?

No. Florida approaches property division from an equitable distribution standard, which means taking into account all of the circumstances to determine a fair division of property.

Do you need a lawyer for a divorce?

While you aren’t legally required to have a lawyer for divorce, it’s wise to have one. Even if you believe your divorce will be amicable, complicated legal issues can arise and the case could become contentious. You should at minimum have an attorney review your situation to ensure that you aren’t giving up valuable rights.

What are child custody rules in Florida?

The best interests of the children are the overarching standard for child custody decisions (called “time-sharing” under Florida law). The law presumes that it’s generally in the best interests of children to have regular and consistent contact with both parents. The details of the time-sharing arrangement will depend on the specific circumstances of your case.

Can you appeal a family law judgment?

Yes, provided you have grounds for appeal and file before the deadline. Learn more about family law appeals.

Call For Experienced Legal Assistance From The Law Office of Troy W. Klein, P.A.

Contact my office by calling 561-823-0650 or using my online contact form to schedule a consultation with me.