If you are going through a separation or divorce in Pennsylvania, this page will provide you with the information you need. You can review the relevant divorce laws to understand how the various issues would be decided and how you can best protect your interests. It is advisable to have a skilled family lawyer handle your case, which you will be able to locate from this page.
If you are thinking about handling your divorce without a lawyer, there are also options to purchase separation forms or online divorce services. Whether you plan to use a lawyer or not, I would suggest checking in the divorce preparation section, where you can find out more information about receiving the book "What Every Woman in PA Should Know about Divorce". This book provides a lot of solid information to help you get through your divorce.
To help you deal with your situation, you can also access information about the domestic abuse resources in the state and find various divorce support meetings in your surrounding area.
Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC
429 4th Ave Suite 1702
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-1500
Phone: (412) 203-8163
Pittsburgh family lawyer Anthony Piccirilli is focused on compassionate legal representation in all family law matters including divorce. Learn how we can guide you during this time.
Czekaj Dusharm LLC
24 N 2nd St Ste B
Newport, PA 17074-1501
Phone: (717) 204-7820
Counties Served: Perry, Juniata, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Snyder, Union, Northumberland, Huntingdon, York
Even in an amicable divorce, the legal process can seem overwhelming. We can help minimize the impact when you’re facing legal issues such as divorce, child custody, child support, protection orders, CYS & CPS investigations & adoption and help you achieve your desired outcome.
Attorney Scott L. Levine
2545 Railroad Street – Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Counties served: Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Washington, and Westmoreland
Law Offices of Bethany L. Notaro
310 Grant St, Suite 1125
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
We are a law firm based in Pittsburgh which offers dependable and affordable legal assistance. We can help you quickly resolve you divorce, child custody, spousal and child support issues, or other family law matters. Ms. Notaro offers various flat rate services and affordable hourly rates for no fault divorces throughout Pennsylvania, PFA hearings, support hearings, one count, mediation services, and Pennsylvania wills. Please phone for more information about our flat rate services. We offer free initial consultations.
Sweeney Law Offices
20581 Route 19, Suite 1
Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Counties served: Allegheny, Butler, Beaver, Westmoreland, Lawrence, and Armstrong
Rebecca A Myers
310 Grant St, Suite 1000
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Counties served: Allegheny, Butler, Mercer, Washington, Westmoreland, Beaver
In addition to my litigation practice, I am also a collaborative attorney and mediator.
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This online package will help you prepare the necessary paperwork for an uncontested divorce. The completed documents will be accurate and up-to-date with detailed instructions for filing your papers. If you need more information about specific divorce issues, you can read through the free e-books which are offered with the service. Find out more about this online Pennsylvania divorce option.
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We have a page that lists a number of resources, including education to help parenting classes and education, resources to help you find a qualified divorce mediator or lawyer, legal alternatives to help Christian couples structure a settlement, and more. Check out these Parenting & Divorce Resources.
Divorce Statutes - Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes specific sections:
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