You are ready to start the divorce process, but it is already overwhelming. We can help.
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. Divorce becomes even more complex when your marriage involves a high income or valuable assets. How can you be sure that you will receive an equitable distribution of property—or that you will receive regular support payments for raising your children?
Petrelli Previtera Schimmel has experience helping couples come to mutually beneficial agreements. We have been able to preserve a working relationship between couples for the benefit of their children, mediating disputes between spouses so they may amicably end their marriage. 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.
If you are facing a more complex separation, our attorneys are available for same-day consultations. This meeting is designed to define your goals and consider any potential obstacles in getting exactly what you want in your divorce. We can discuss any potential problems such as parental rights, custody, and division of shared property, and give you the best advice on how to protect your assets. If you decide to retain us as your counsel, we can we can begin the litigation process immediately after the first meeting.
No matter which divorce proceedings are right for you, our attorneys will stay with you every step of the way, ensuring that your separation is as easy and expedient as possible.
What can I expect from Petrelli Previtera Schimmel ?
Since 1990, the divorce attorneys at Petrelli Previtera Schimmel have helped clients across Pennsylvania and New Jersey who have decided to end their marriages. 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 family law attorneys can help you move on to the next phase of your life quickly, efficiently and professionally.
If you’re ready to discuss your legal options, we can help you get started with the rest of your life.