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Philadelphia Divorce Lawyers

Philadelphia Divorce Lawyers

DIVORCE is often a stressful and emotional matter. And when children are involved, a separation or divorce presents special challenges in dealing custody and child support. Each couple is unique; therefore, each divorce is unique. The equitable division of the couple’s assets (like a home, pension plans, personal property, pets, etc.) and debts (like a mortgage, individual or joint credit card expenses, etc.) requires special assessment and planning. If there is a business involved, that business may need to valued. And the critical need to maintain health care coverage should be addressed. Spousal support or alimony pendente lite, also known as APL, or alimony may be on the table. Also, the drafting of a marriage settlement agreement that both parties can agree to can be critical in resolving a Pennsylvania divorce matter. Please contact our Philadelphia divorce lawyers to discuss your rights, interests and how to protect them.

If you are contemplating a divorce or have been served with a Complaint in Divorce, it is recommended to obtain an independent legal consultation. Some of the issues can include:

  1. Spousal support or alimony pendente lite (APL) which is alimony during the pendency of the
  2. Child custody
  3. Child support
  4. Alimony
  5. Determination of what is or is not marital property
  6. Equitable distribution
  7. Analysis of all assets, liabilities and incomes
  8. Business valuation

During this challenging time of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic health crisis, an initial consultation is available only by telephone or video conferencing (like Zoom or Facetime). Do not be alone if you are facing a divorce.