Divorce is more than the legal dissolution of a marriage. There are emotional, psychological, and financial implications as well. If you are contemplating divorce or if you are already a party to a divorce proceeding, you face many questions regarding issues including custody, visitation, child support, spousal support (alimony), and equitable distribution of marital property. You need experienced and knowledgeable lawyers to protect your interests and the interests of your family.
When parties to a divorce have minor children, we work with the parties to structure a solution that meets the parents’ needs, but is in the best interests of the children. We create arrangements that preserve the children’s relationships with each parent. We also advise clients regarding the consequences of specific decisions, including dependency exemptions for income tax purposes, the allocation of holidays, length of visits, and the relationship between custody and child support .
We also work with men and women throughout Pennsylvania to determine whether spousal support (alimony) is appropriate and, if so, how much is required.
With respect to equitable distribution, we help you determine which assets are best for you—in light of your needs and circumstances. We help you identify and value all marital assets, including businesses, retirement assets, stocks and bonds, limited partnerships, private equity holdings, real estate investments, employee benefits, retiree health benefits, foreign bank accounts, trusts, and offshore accounts.
To schedule an appointment regarding any divorce-related issue, contact us at Randi J. Vladimer, P.C. Our office represents people in custody cases in Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Bucks, and Berks counties. Our law firm conducts appointments in our Radnor office. However, in some circumstances, telephone appointments and other off site meeting places may be available.