Compassionate Family Law Attorneys Help Couples Through the Divorce Process
Nobody enters a marriage expecting to get divorced. That is why the divorce process is such a difficult experience, no matter how much a couple acknowledges that their relationship must end. Because most couples have many financial and personal matters that must be resolved before they can both go their separate ways, divorce is often a complex and time-consuming process. That is why the compassionate Chalfont divorce lawyers of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford are here to help guide our clients through the process of divorce. We help our clients understand their legal rights and options in divorce and work with them to determine a path that best serves their and their family’s needs and interests and develop a strategy that will best achieve their goals.
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Don’t risk losing important rights and options during your divorce proceeding. Contact the experienced family lawyers of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford today to speak to a member of our legal team about your circumstances and goals in divorce and to learn more about how our attorneys can help guide you through the divorce process.
Divorce Lawyers in Chalfont, PA Provide Experienced Legal Representation
Through the divorce process, the parties must resolve issues as part of ending their marriage. At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, our Chalfont divorce attorneys have helped clients across Pennsylvania address all of the issues that can arise in divorce, including:
- Division of marital assets and liabilities
- Spousal support and alimony
- Child custody and parenting time/visitation
- Child support
- Domestic violence and protection-from-abuse orders
Our attorneys are prepared to help you no matter where you are in the divorce process, whether you are just filing for divorce and needing to establish orders as part of the divorce decree, or whether you are seeking to enforce or modify existing orders for alimony, child custody, child support, or restraining/protection-from-abuse orders.
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Our firm is ready to fight to protect your rights and interests in court. However, our lawyers are particularly skilled at helping our clients amicably and efficiently resolve the outstanding issues in their divorce through negotiation reaching a mutually acceptable resolution of issues like alimony, equitable distribution, and child custody.
Why Choose Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to Help with Your Divorce Matter?
Our founding attorney, Irwin Rubin, began his law practice in 1952 serving the needs of people across Montgomery, Bucks, Lehigh, Chester, and Delaware Counties. Over the past 65-plus years, our firm has stayed true to the mission of our founder. We strive to provide families across Southeastern Pennsylvania with excellent legal representation. We always look for the best ways to serve our clients, whether that be through continuing legal education for our attorneys or adopting new technologies to help investigate our clients’ cases and advocate on their behalf.
We know that divorce can easily become a contentious process. That is why our attorneys are highly experienced at helping our clients efficiently resolve their divorce matters through negotiation and mediation. Of course, when necessary, we are prepared to fight in court on behalf of our clients to help protect what is most important to them and their families.
Our firm’s dedication to excellence in the representation we provide to our clients has been recognized for years. Several of our partners have been named by their fellow attorneys as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. Many of our associates have also been named by their peers as Pennsylvania Rising Stars. Our firm has also been named “Best Law Firm” by US News and World Report. Since 1992 we have received the coveted AV rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review rating process.
Contact Our Dedicated Chalfont, PA Family Law Attorneys for Guidance with the Divorce Process
When you have issues to resolve in a divorce, such as alimony, equitable distribution, and child custody and support, it is easy to quickly get sucked into expensive, time-consuming litigation. This is why it is important to have experienced, skilled legal representation who can help you proceed effectively and efficiently through the divorce process. Contact Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford today to schedule a consultation with one of our Chalfont divorce attorneys to learn more about your legal rights and options and to begin discussing a strategy that best serves your interests. We do not charge for the initial consultation. Call us today at 215-822-7575 to schedule an appointment to meet with one of our attorneys.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce
The length of the divorce process depends on numerous factors, including the size and complexity of the couple’s assets and whether the couple has children. The length of time to resolve a divorce also depends on how quickly spouses are able to resolve outstanding issues between themselves and on the availability and schedule of the court. In Pennsylvania, the shortest amount of time that a divorce can take is approximately 3 months, provided a couple is seeking a no-fault divorce, has been separated at least one year, has no assets to divide and does not need to arrange child custody, child support, or alimony. If a couple has significant assets or has children and are unable to come to an agreement, then a divorce can take longer.
Yes. Although a no-fault divorce can be obtained more quickly if both spouses consent to the divorce, either spouse can obtain a no-fault divorce by alleging that there has been an “irretrievable breakdown” of the marriage and meeting certain time requirements. So long as a couple has been separated for at least one year, then either spouse can file for divorce without the consent of the other. The other spouse is entitled to a hearing to contest the one-year separation. It is not necessary that spouses live separately to be considered separated, merely that they have ceased activities of a normal married couple such as sharing expenses or having sexual relations.