Pittsburgh Divorce Lawyers

Allegheny County Family Law Attorneys

Our name says it all - PA Family Lawyers. At the Pennsylvania family law offices of Lisa Marie Vari & Associates, P.C., our practice is dedicated solely to assisting clients with the needs of today's modern families. Whether you are a mother going through a divorce, a father seeking more substantial custody rights with his children, a grandparent seeking visitation with their grandchildren, a stepparent seeking to adopt, an unmarried couple living together and/or contemplating marriage, or a same sex couple seeking to enforce legal rights regarding their relationship, our PA family law attorneys can help with your Pennsylvania family law issues. Our Pittsburgh divorce lawyers are devoted to helping our family law clients avoid prolonged conflict to arrive at solutions that are in the best interests of them and their families.

When Times are Tough, Pittsburgh Family Lawyers You Can Depend On

Facing divorce or another family law issue is tough. Does this sound like you? You're frustrated, angry or confused. You face the uncertain prospect of what the future holds for your relationship with your children. You wonder how this will affect you financially. You're concerned about the talk that will take place about you around the water cooler at work or among your circle of friends and family.

Add to these feelings the anger you may feel toward your spouse or the other parent; the bitterness that replaced the once unconditional love that existed between you. The feeling of betrayal that now stays with you from the time you wake up in the morning until the time you go to bed at night. This confusion, anger and frustration can lead to poor decision-making during a time when every decision can have a huge impact on your future and the future of your relationship with your children. You are not alone if you have experienced these feelings or if you want to protect yourself from these experiences.

Think this really stinks? We know. We've been there, done that and we can help you! Attorney Lisa Marie Vari understands the legal as well as the emotional and financial implications of a PA family law court case. She's weathered the Allegheny County Family Division Court as a child who witnessed her parents' divorce, as a party in her own divorce proceeding and as a judicial law clerk for a former Administrative Judge of the Division. She has more than 20 years of experience in the Pennsylvania family law area, her firm has represented over 1500 family law clients, she has personally tried over 500 contested PA family court issues (and settled many more than that) and she knows the legal strategies that can help you.

Worried that you'll be financially devastated in a complex Family Division case involving substantial income or assets? Attorney Jamie Spero utilizes her degree in accounting to protect our clients in complex support and equitable distribution cases.

Concerned that the end of your relationship will cause the loss of your relationship with your children? A graduate training in psychology combined with being raised by two prominent Pittsburgh trial lawyers means that Attorney Jill Schiffman-Rosenthal is ready to fight for you and your kids!

Think hiring an attorney is too expensive? Hiring the wrong attorney or law firm costs way more! Our office employs junior associates such as Attorney Jen Bittel as well as law clerks and other staff to help our senior attorneys manage clients' cases at affordable rates.

Comprehensive Legal Advice from our

Lawyers for Divorce in Pittsburgh

Some Pittsburgh family law firms will not accept cases that involve child custody or other common family law issues. Our Pittsburgh family law firm provides comprehensive legal advice for all Pennsylvania family law issues including: divorce, equitable distribution of marital property and debts , spousal support, APL and alimony, prenuptial agreements, paternity and child support, child custody, adoption, surrogacy and assisted reproduction and issues impacting LGBT couples.

Other PA family law firms may refuse to take on a case if there is the possibility that the case would not settle. Our Pittsburgh divorce lawyers will not abandon you if your case is not resolved by a settlement agreement or consent order of court. Our family law attorneys are known for being experienced trial lawyers who are willing to take a case to trial if justice for our clients and their children requires such action. We believe that our skills as experienced PA family law trial attorneys encourages the opposing attorneys to offer fair settlement proposals that will allow for peaceful resolution of our clients' cases in many situations.

Why Risk Your Future? Contact Our Pittsburgh Divorce Attorneys Before Your Spouse Does

Are you procrastinating? Over 5,000 people visit our website per month. Think you're on this website because you just want information and you're not ready to speak with a family law lawyer? Let's be honest. If you're reading this website, you need information NOW before you make any decisions that can have a negative impact on your finances or relationship with your children. Waiting 2 days, 2 weeks, 2 months or 2 years to get honest family law advice can hurt your legal rights when it comes to division of marital assets, support and custody issues instead of helping you! Contact our office before your spouse does.

YOUR RIGHTS CAN BE JEOPARDIZED BY WAITING!

Send us an e-mail or call us to schedule an appointment so you can learn how we can best protect you in a Family Court case.

  • Pittsburgh office - 412-281-9906
  • Cranberry Township office - 724-776-9906
  • New Castle office - 724-436-5500
  • Hermitage office - 724-300-1717
  • Butler office - 724-259-8179
  • Toll free - 1-855-547-2827 (1-855-LISA-VARI)

Our Pittsburgh divorce attorneys routinely accept PA family law cases in Allegheny County, Beaver County, Butler County, Lawrence County, Mercer County, Washington County, and Westmoreland County. We accept cases in other Western PA counties such as Armstrong County, Erie County, Fayette County, Greene County, Somerset County, and Venango County on a case-by-case basis.

In addition to appointments in our Pittsburgh, Cranberry Township, New Castle, Hermitage, and Butler offices, appointments are also available by telephone, Skype internet video chat, and in several meeting locations including Robinson Township, Mt. Lebanon (near South Hills Village), Peters Township and Pleasant Hills (near Century III Mall). Ask the secretary scheduling your appointment for details including appointment locations.