Doylestown Divorce Lawyer Serving Bucks and Montgomery Counties Since 1995
From the family home and the custody of your children all the way to bank accounts and family pictures, an immense amount is at stake in a divorce. To help protect your interests, it is best to work with an attorney who understands your perspective.
At the Law Office & Mediation Services of Elissa C. Goldberg, we are dedicated to helping our Pennsylvania clients resolve their divorces and move forward with their lives. Each family is different, and each family has different needs during a divorce from uncontested divorce cases to full litigation of all issues. If you are considering filing for divorce, schedule a free consultation with our Bucks County divorce lawyer today.
We can help you discover what type of divorce is right for you.
While we offer mediation and collaborative law services for families that want to work together to reach a resolution, attorney Elissa Goldberg has a strong litigation background that means we are also ready to protect the rights of our clients in court should the need arise.
Property • Custody • Support • Adoption
Dedicated to family law, our Bucks County divorce attorney is ready to help you come up with a plan for addressing the issues in your divorce, including:
- Child custody — Many people are afraid that they will not get to see their children after a divorce. We help parents create agreements as to legal custody and physical custody that work for them and their children. When necessary, we work with child psychologists and other experts to do what is best for your children.
- Child support — People often have very real concerns about how they are going to support their children after a divorce. Following the Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines, we will help you determine an appropriate amount of child support to be paid or received. We can also assist you with matters of spousal support. To get started, talk with Doylestown child support lawyer Elissa Goldberg.
- Property division — Pennsylvania is an equitable distribution state, which means property is divided fairly between both spouses. Fair does not necessarily mean 50-50. The state considers 11 factors, including age, health, earning capacity/income and your child custody plan, to create a fair distribution plan. If you negotiate property division with your spouse through mediation or collaborative law methods, you will have more control over your property settlement than if you litigate.
Contact Our Doylestown Divorce Law Firm Today
We believe that every family is unique and that no single approach can meet the needs of all families. We will work with you to find the approach, strategy and goals that will best meet your needs. We represent men and women throughout Bucks County who are looking to protect their rights, take care of their children and move forward after a divorce. Call 267-337-6406 or contact our Bucks County divorce law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation and learn more.