Allegheny County Divorce Attorneys
Dissolution of Marriage:
Whether you are in the process of filing for divorce, are considering a divorce, or are currently in the middle of Pennsylvania divorce proceedings, our Pittsburgh divorce lawyers can provide you with the advice and help you may need on what is often a complicated and difficult time in your life.
- PA divorce laws, common law marriage and annulment rules
- Uncontested divorce in PA
- PA military divorce laws
Child Support and Alimony:
A Pittsburgh divorce is very much centered on money. If you have children, the issue of child support is a central part of your case. Even if there are no minor children, spousal support is an issue that regularly comes up for our PA divorce clients. Our attorneys have a great amount of experience handling cases that involve both PA child support and alimony.
- Pennsylvania child support guidelines
- High income support cases
- PA spousal support, APL and alimony laws
Many of our Allegheny County divorce clients have one main concern during their divorce: their children. They want to make sure that they will still get to spend quality time with their kids and not have to be fighting with their ex for PA child custody. If you want information on the current Pennsylvania child custody laws, our attorneys can provide you with the advice and support you need.
During a Western PA divorce, the couple's property is going to be divided. So whether your Pittsburgh divorce is headed for trial or you would like to settle your issues via a Pennsylvania Marital Settlement Agreement, we can provide you with guidance on how your property will likely be divided under PA law.
Whether you are an Allegheny County mother or father, or a Pittsburgh grandparent, our PA family lawyers can help inform you of the rights you have under Pennsylvania family law.
- Paternity laws in PA
- Fathers' rights in PA Family Court cases
- PA mothers' rights laws
- PA grandparents' rights laws
If you are considering a Pennsylvania adoption as a way to expand your family, the Pittsburgh adoption lawyers at our firm have the experience to help guide you through the often complicated process of an Allegheny County adoption.
If you are considering expanding your family via assisted reproduction or surrogacy, you may want to consider entering into an agreement in order to protect your new family. Contact our PA assisted reproduction attorneys to learn how.
PA Family Law Cases:
Whether your case has just been filed, you are appealing a result, or are in court to modify an existing order, our Pittsburgh Family Lawyers can provide you with the advice and representation you need during any step of your PA family law case.
- Contempt, enforcement, modification and appeals of PA family court orders
- Pennsylvania juvenile court laws
Are you or someone you know a victim of domestic violence? Are you wondering how to go about protecting yourself or your loved one from their abuser? If so, contact our Allegheny County domestic violence attorneys so we can provide you with all the information you need.
Whether you are recently engaged, about to be married, or already married, you may want to consider a Pennsylvania Marital Agreement. Our Western PA marital agreement attorneys can assist you in drafting a PA prenup or postnup that will help protect you in the case of divorce.
If you are in a Pittsburgh same-sex relationship and want to make sure your relationship is as protected as possible under PA law, come talk to our Pennsylvania same-sex couples' lawyers. Whether you are seeking to enter into a domestic partnership or co-habitation agreement, our PA LGBT rights lawyers can help you.
For additional information regarding your family law matter, please visit our Family Law FAQ page.
PA Family Law Procedures by County
This website also provides comprehensive information regarding family law procedures in the following counties:
- Allegheny County Divorce Court
- Beaver County Divorce Court
- Butler County Divorce Court
- Lawrence County Divorce Court
- Mercer County Divorce Court
- Washington County Divorce Court
- Westmoreland County Divorce Court
Notable Pennsylvania Family Law Cases
We have also provided a short summary of notable Pennsylvania family law cases on the following topics:
- Pennsylvania divorce laws
- Pennsylvania child custody laws
- Pennsylvania property and asset division laws
- Pennsylvania child support laws
- Pennsylvania paternity and DNA laws
- Pennsylvania spousal support laws
- Pennsylvania marital agreement laws
- Pennsylvania grandparent's rights laws
- Pennsylvania laws on modification & enforcement of family court orders
- Pennsylvania juvenile law cases
- Pennsylvania domestic violence laws
- Pennsylvania same sex couples family laws
- Pennsylvania surrogacy and artificial insemination laws
Contact Our Pittsburgh Family Attorneys Today
To learn more about our Pennsylvania law firm, and to speak with one of our experienced Pittsburgh family law lawyers, send us an e-mail or telephone our Pittsburgh office at 412-281-9906, our Cranberry Township office at 724-776-9906, our Southpointe office at 724-436-5500, or toll free at 1-855-VARI-LAW (1-855-827-4529) to schedule an appointment. Our Pittsburgh law office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and evenings by appointment, our Southpointe office is open 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and our Cranberry Township office is open by appointment only.
Appointments may also be available at other meeting locations if special arrangements are made in advance with our office. Ask the secretary scheduling your appointment for details including appointment locations.
Our PA family law office routinely accepts 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.