Divorce Attorneys in Montgomery County
Minimizing the stress of divorce with the right information and advice.
Even if you and your spouse have both agreed to end the marriage, you may have different ideas on who the children should live with, who gets the car, or who should live in the family home. Whether you have filed for divorce or if your spouse has initiated the divorce process, we will work with you to solve the complicated issues of child custody, child support, and spousal support.
Thomas Petrelli, Jr. has experience helping couples come to mutually beneficial agreements. He has been able to preserve a working relationship between couples for the benefit of their children, mediating any disputes between spouses so they may amicably end their marriage.
When you’re ready to learn about the possible legal solutions to your situation schedule a consultation.
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Mediation and Arbitration
Our Montgomery County divorce lawyers are committed to resolving disputes using alternative disputes resolution techniques, when appropriate often saving clients time, money and distress. Thomas Petrelli, Jr, is the owner of Philadelphia premier divorce mediation service, Divorce Done Right, as well as member of Collaborative Family Law Affiliates, Association of Conflict Resolution and the Pennsylvania Council of Mediators, and has served as a court-appointed mediator and arbitrator.
Our Family Law Practice
Since 1990, Montgomery County divorce lawyer Thomas Petrelli, Jr. has helped clients in Montgomery County, PA who have decided to end their marriages. Our Montgomery County divorce and family law attorneys, serve the Five County Philadelphia Area, (Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Chester and Delaware Counties), work to help families and individuals get through divorce and other family law issues so they can concentrate on making the new family arrangements work for them. We secure our clients’ future by uncovering hidden assets, making sure that property is fairly distributed and that all income is disclosed and reflected in child support and spousal support agreements.
Whether you have a simple, amicable divorce or a contested divorce that requires mediation, our experienced Philadelphia divorce lawyers can help you move on to the next phase of your life quickly, efficiently and professionally
Contact a Divorce Lawyer for a same day consultation
If you’re ready to discuss your legal options, we can help you get started with the rest of your life. Call (215) 523-6900 to schedule an initial consultation in Jenkintown, Philadelphia, or Plymouth Meeting, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.