Divorce Attorneys in Bucks County
Minimizing the stress of divorce with the right information and advice.
Navigating divorce in Pennsylvania starts with gathering as much information as possible. How are marital assets divided in PA? How much will I need to pay in child support? Where can I find an aggressive Bucks County divorce lawyer? As your marriage is coming to an end, our Bucks County divorce lawyers know how important it is for families to receive Pennsylvania family law information as soon as possible. Our dedicated team of paralegals can coordinate appointments with our divorce lawyers on the same day a client calls, on evenings, and even on weekends. We understand every couple’s situation is different. You may already be living separately, perhaps completely responsible for childcare, or concerned about joint assets being lost. Factor in a full-time job and you may have limited time to meet with a Bucks County divorce lawyer, which is why we try to accommodate all clients on any day of the week.
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For over two decades, Thomas Petrelli, Jr. has helped couples work toward mutually beneficial agreements. He has helped couples with children develop long-term plans that both parties are satisfied with in terms of child support payments and co-parenting schedules. Petrelli and the other Bucks County divorce lawyers in the firm have represented clients through complex Pennsylvania divorce litigations, drawing on a deep knowledge of PA divorce and family law.
Not every couple needs a lengthy litigation to come to an agreement for a workable and separate future. Our Bucks County divorce lawyers review every approach a couple can take for their divorce. There are low-cost divorce options in Pennsylvania that are well suited for couples with no assets and who agree on most of their divorce terms. Another approach is mediation, which helps couples avoid court costs. Meet with our divorce lawyers in Bucks County to have your questions about family law, child support, and the PA divorce process answered quickly. If you reside in Quakertown, Doylestown, or Levittown, you may find it more convenient to meet with our divorce attorneys at our other Pennsylvania location in Berks County, Delaware County, Chester County,
Montgomery County, Bucks County, and Philadelphia County. When you contact us, we will be able to work with you to find a day, time, and location that will require little effort on your behalf.