When it comes to resolving disputes quickly, our divorce lawyers have years of successful experience negotiating and advising on multiple resolution options. Many couples with children are concerned about co-parenting, custody schedules, and child support. It is difficult for parents to envision their children’s future post-divorce. Our attorneys’ knowledge of Pennsylvania divorce and family laws help individuals understand the possibilities of a workable future.
Divorcing couples who do not have children may focus on dividing assets. What is marital property in Pennsylvania? Even though all property acquired by either spouse during the marriage is considered marital property in Pennsylvania, there are many exceptions that could create a vulnerable situation for either spouse’s property or investments. Our divorce lawyers in Berks County explain the complex laws concerning property division and review asset protection strategies for those who want to retain real property and preserve business ownerships or investments.
Every divorce is different and every divorce has options. Options are empowering, especially at a time when individuals feel they are at a loss of control. We understand the livelihood of some couples may rely on one spouse, while other marriages may involve both spouses owning a business together. Our Berks County divorce lawyers look at a marriage from every angle. From Wyomissing to Boyertown and all points in between, our attorneys help couples understand their options under Pennsylvania divorce law as well as the process required in Berks County.
Divorce is the end of a marriage, but it is also a new start. Petrelli Previtera divorce lawyers work toward fair agreements that are the foundation of a practical future. With divorce offices in Jenkinton and Phildadelphia, our attorneys want the divorce process to be as simple as possible from the start. Contact us at your convenience for a confidential meeting.