Family law issues in Philadelphia cause common and stressful cases. Most family law cases involve intertwining elements such as spousal support, child support, custody, divorce and alimony.
During these proceedings, or ancillary to orders issued in light of such matters, other family law litigation issues may arise such as contempt, petitions for modification, and/or petitions for special relief. These kinds of matters can be overwhelming if you are representing yourself.
For example, if you file for divorce you can join claims for custody, spousal support, alimony, and other issues within the divorce complaint itself. You can also file for many of these matters individually as separate filings. And, regardless of how filed, you will need to navigate through the requirements of the prothonotary and/or family court administration to ensure proper formatting and other filing requirements.
This can be very challenging for the average person who has to manage the stress of a job and a fracturing home in addition to meeting filing requirements in order to have their day in court and move on with their life.
I have experience in handling these family law matters, and can help you navigate the legal challenges and stress of your particular case. Call me today for a free consultation so that I can tell you how I can help you.
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