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Family Law Attorney in Pennsylvania

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family-lawThe legal issues associated with family law are often very stressful, and highly personal. Divorce, child custody, spousal support, and child support are all matters of great importance, capable of impacting your family life and finances for years into the future. Our goal is to protect the interests of those we represent, and to pursue their objectives in the critical issues of divorce, and all other family law matters.

The family law attorneys of Velter, Yurovsky & Zoftis, LLC understand that the needs of your family are unique, and we provide compassionate, personalized legal assistance for your specific situation. Whether your case can be resolved through mediation or arbitration, or must proceed to trial for resolution, you can trust that we will work closely with you at every step of the process, and we will do everything possible to protect your interests.

Pennsylvania Divorce Lawyer

The number of marriages ending in divorce has been slowly declining over the past two decades, but the divorce rate remains high, with 46% of marriages ending in divorce. Facing the fact that a marriage is over is often one of the most difficult life experiences, with an uncertain outcome. If you are considering filing for divorce, it is crucial that you get the help of a qualified divorce attorney immediately before taking steps.

In a divorce, there are several critical issues to resolve:

  • Property and asset division
  • Debt division
  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Child support
  • Child custody

Whether you and your ex are generally amicable, or you have a high net worth divorce with many complex financial issues to resolve, we are fully qualified to negotiate with opposing counsel, including cases involving hidden assets, existing prenuptials, and other complications.

Child Custody and Child Support

It is natural to have deep concern about the well-being of your children in a divorce. Whether you need help establishing paternity, getting child support, or establishing or modifying custody orders, our Pennsylvania divorce attorney has the knowledge, legal skills and dedication to assist you to pursue a fair outcome.

Protection from Abuse

Individuals who are victims of spousal abuse, or have children who are victims of child abuse, are in a difficult – and very dangerous – situation. If you have been abused or threatened by another family member, contact our legal team immediately. Under Pennsylvania law, any person who has been a victim of physical harm, rape, sexual assault, or is in reasonable fear of immediate and serious physical harm, is being stalked by a relationship partner, or who has minor children who have suffered physical or sexual abuse, is eligible to get a temporary protection order issued immediately. We will act fast to have the court issue a Protection from Abuse Order. This is only the first step in addressing cases of abuse. Speak with us at once if you need help with this very serious matter. Abuse is a crime.

Adoption

Adoption can help you to give a child the love and support of a true parent. From step-parent adoptions to working with an adoption agency, to contested adoptions, or taking action to resolve any barriers to adopting a child, you can be confident in the legal skills of our adoption attorney. Call us today for all legal matters associated with adoption.

A Law Firm You Can Trust in Family Law Matters

When you are facing family law legal matter, it is important to get a law firm that you can trust to be compassionate, personally dedicated to you and your case, and that brings impressive legal skills to the table to help you pursue the outcome you deserve.

Contact Velter, Yurovsky & Zoftis, LLC today at (215) 969-3004, or contact us by filling in our online form.

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