Chester County Divorce Lawyers
Minimizing the stress of divorce with the right information and advice.
Before filing for divorce in Chester County, couples usually research Pennsylvania family law and meet with divorce lawyers. You may be interested in gathering information before approaching the subject of divorce with your spouse, and our Chester County divorce lawyers recognize that in discreet and confidential meetings in our Philadelphia divorce law office. For those in King of Prussia, West Chester, Coatesville or West Grove who prefer meeting outside city limits, our divorce lawyers schedule appointments in our Jenkinton divorce law office.
When you’re ready to learn about the possible legal solutions to your situation schedule a consultation.
Our Chester County divorce lawyers accommodate client meetings every day of the week. The dissolution of a marriage is an emotional separation and a financial separation. Individuals considering divorce have questions related to matters of property division, child support, alimony, and retirement benefit entitlements. We know you want answers right away, so we have structured our office to offer meetings on any day and with evening hours.
Couples with no children or assets may find our low-cost divorce options attractive. There is also the option of mediation, which is a way to avoid the lengthy and expensive process of litigation. Divorce mediation in Chester County provides a way for both parties to reach an agreement by setting the terms of their divorce outside of a court setting. Mediations include one of our divorce lawyers representing you, your spouse and their chosen counsel, and a Pennsylvania divorce mediator.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The mediator is a third party with no ties to either spouse. Our divorce lawyers coordinate mediations on behalf of clients who realize court ruling and arbitrations leave them with little control over the final outcome of their divorce.
Finding a Pennsylvania divorce solution suitable to your needs does not have to be a complicated process. Meet with one of our Chester County divorce lawyers any day of the week to learn the possibilities. When you meet with Petrelli Previtera, our divorce lawyers explain complex divorce laws in simple terms so that you have the information you need to choose the type of divorce that is best for your particular situation. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s most recent statistics, Chester County granted approximately 1,200 divorces and annulments in 2011. There are many spouses with questions about Pennsylvania divorce law, we want to be the ones to help you understand the laws and give you the answers you need to start your new and separate life.