How quickly can I schedule an appointment with your office?

Our Pennsylvania family law office conducts initial consultations on a daily basis. New to the office, is the option to have 30 minute telephone or in person (Pittsburgh office only) appointments at a reduced fee from our regular consultation rates. The abbreviated 30 minute consultations can generally take place at the time that you contact the office provided that the applicable fees can be paid by a credit or debit card.

Our comprehensive initial appointments generally last 1 1/2 hours and are a more detailed overview of your family law issue, Pennsylvania laws, and our suggestions for your legal issues. The comprehensive initial consultations are also conducted on a daily basis either by telephone or in our Pittsburgh office. These appointments can generally take place on the same day or on a future scheduled date during the same week. On an alternating weekly basis, one of our associate attorneys is available to meet clients in person at one of our suburban meeting locations in Pleasant Hills, Mt. Lebanon, Cranberry Township, Robinson Township, or Washington.

When scheduling a consultation, please inform the secretary if there are any pending hearings, deadlines for filing an appeal, or other reason why you may need an immediate appointment. We will do our very best to accommodate your schedule in setting an appointment. To schedule an appointment, for the same day please call our office at (412) 281-9906 or toll-free at (855) VARI-LAW. To schedule an appointment for a future date, click here.

Our office accepts Pennsylvania family law cases in Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Armstrong County (Kittanning), Beaver County, Butler County, Somerset County, Washington County, and Westmoreland County (Greensburg). Our law firm accepts Pennsylvania family law cases from other Western Pennsylvania counties including Clarion County, Fayette County, Greene County, Indiana County, Lawrence County, Mercer County, Venango County on a case-by-case basis.

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