A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY & GENERAL PRACTICE LAW FIRM
In Pennsylvania, with its no-fault divorce law, you can often be confused as to what your rights and responsibilities are regarding divorce. How long will it take for the divorce to be final? Will you need to appear in court or can issues such as custody, visitation, support, and equitable distribution be settled outside the courthouse? How is child support determined and will you have any input into the determination? Will you have to pay alimony?When you are involved in a contentious family law dispute, a family lawyer who understands the difficulty of your situation and who will fight to protect your interests can be an invaluable asset. At Randy H. Kaplan Law Offices, serving the Philadelphia, Montgomery County, and Bucks County areas, we have over 30 years of experience providing aggressive, yet sensitive, counsel to our clients. In our family law practice, we focus on:
In our divorce practice, we handle everything from initial filing to trial and motions for post-judgment relief. Our child support practice encompasses a comprehensive understanding of the Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines and the case law interpreting them. In child custody disputes, we listen to your needs and help you formulate parenting plans that are in the best interest of you and your family. We will also work with you to resolve property settlement issues, ensuring the equitable distribution of your marital estate.
If you are considering filing for divorce or have been served with a divorce complaint, you may have a high level of anxiety and a lot of unanswered questions.
We Listen to You
Our legal team understands the confusion you may be experiencing. We are available to take your calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help you find answers to your questions. We have more than 30 years of experience helping men and women who are seeking the dissolution of a marriage or legal separation including:
- How will your marital assets be divided?
- If there are minor children involved, who will have custody?
- What will visitation look like?
- Will you be responsible for spousal support or will you have the opportunity to collect alimony?
- How will child and/or spousal support be determined?
From the initial filing through post-judgment modifications, we will represent you in negotiations, in mediation, and at trial if necessary. We understand that divorce causes significant emotional turmoil and stress, and, as such, we will work hard to reach a quick resolution that meets your needs and protects your interests.
Family Lawyer Serving Bucks Montgomery County & Philadelphia
Our focus is always on our clients. We take great pride in utilizing a common-sense approach to the practice of law, which, in turn, helps you understand all of your options and gives you the ability to make sound legal decisions.