A divorce impacts every significant aspect of your life, including your home, children and finances. The attorneys at Randi J. Vladimer, P.C., understand your concerns. We focus our practice exclusively on family law and have an impressive record of success in Pennsylvania divorce cases.
We regularly work with individuals and families across Chester, Montgomery and Delaware counties. Our attention to detail and courtroom demeanor is advantageous to those we represent.
Resolving Complex Divorce Issues
When you find yourself facing the dissolution of your marriage, you need an attorney who is familiar with the legal process and can skillfully advocate for the best possible result.
In separating one household into two, there are many different issues to address and resolve. Your divorce may involve:
- The division of property and assets. Pennsylvania’s equitable distribution standards dictate that division of all marital property and assets take place fairly.
- The awarding of financial support. The court awards financial support, including spousal support, alimony or alimony pendente lite, depending on relevant factors.
- Child-related issues. When children are involved in a divorce, issues like determining child custody, visitation and child support can become contested.
While divorce is often contentious, litigation is not the only way to resolve your matter. By paying close attention to the facts of your case, our attorneys can advise on whether a negotiated agreement will offer you more than litigation.
Guiding You Through The Legal Process
We work collaboratively with our clients from the start. During our first meeting, we strive to capture a detailed picture of the issues at hand in your divorce. We ask about your finances, real estate, children, significant assets, debts and more, so we can represent you to the best of our abilities.
We also inquire about your goals, including what you imagine your life looks like following a divorce. Throughout working together, we provide the thorough support you need to move forward positively.
Learn more about how you can help us help you, and bring any paperwork or documentation that you think might be helpful to our first consultation.