Doylestown Divorce Lawyers

Dedicated Family Law Attorneys Help Couples Through Divorce in Doylestown, PA

Although no marriage begins with an expectation of divorce, it is a reality that a couple’s circumstances can drastically change, making divorce the best option. Even when spouses acknowledge that their marriage should end, divorce can still be a complex, emotionally draining, time-consuming process. Most divorcing couples have numerous issues to resolve before going their separate ways. The experienced Doylestown divorce attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford have decades of experience guiding clients across Southeastern Pennsylvania through the difficult process of divorce. Our clients rely on our compassionate, sound legal advice and representation to protect and pursue their rights, interests, and needs during a divorce proceeding. Contact our firm today to speak with one of our dedicated family law attorneys about your legal rights and options in divorce and to learn more about how our firm can help guide you through the life-changing process of divorce.

Doylestown, PA Family Lawyers Provide Results-Focused Legal Advice in Divorce Proceedings

In the case of most couples, divorce is far more complicated than simply declaring your intent to end your marriage. Instead, most couples must resolve a number of financial and personal matters. Our Doylestown divorce attorneys have helped numerous clients resolve all kinds of issues that arise in divorce, including:

  • Alimony and spousal support
  • Division of marital assets and liabilities
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Domestic violence orders

Our firm relies on expert resources, including financial planners, forensic accountants, psychologists, and social workers to help our attorneys plan strategies for our clients’ cases and provide evidence and expert opinions in support thereof. 

At Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, we understand our clients’ concerns that the time and financial costs of divorce can quickly spiral out of control. That is why our attorneys have extensive experience helping clients efficiently and amicably resolve divorce issues through negotiation and mediation. Of course, where settlement is not possible, our attorneys are fully prepared to go to court to fight on our clients’ behalf to achieve our clients’ goals and desired outcomes.

Why Choose Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford to Help in Your Divorce Matter?

A divorce is often a complicated process, as a married couple seeks to untangle every aspect of their financial and personal lives. The Doylestown divorce attorneys of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford have extensive experience helping couples across Southeastern Pennsylvania through the complexities of the divorce process. For over 65 years, Pennsylvania families have relied upon our legal counsel to help reach an efficient but fair resolution of the issues in their divorce matters.

For years, our firm has been recognized for our dedication to providing our clients with sound, ethical representation and excellent client service. Our firm has been recognized as a Best Law Firm by The Reporter’s Readers’ Choice. Since 1992, we have also attained the highest AV rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rating system. Our attorneys have also been individually recognized for their service to our clients. Our partners, Jay Glickman, Marc Steinberg, Gregory Gifford and Amy Stern have each been named by their fellow attorneys as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.   Associates in the firm have also been named by their peers as Pennsylvania Rising Stars. In addition, the firm has been named a “Best Law Firm” by US News and World Report each year since 2010.

Our attorneys understand that a contentious divorce has the potential to impose enormous financial expense and irreparably damage family relationships. That is why our attorneys are experienced in helping our clients amicably resolve divorce matters when possible. Of course, if your divorce issues cannot be resolved, we are also fully prepared to go to court to fight on your behalf to secure your rights and interests.

Contact Our Doylestown, PA Divorce Lawyers Today for Aggressive Legal Representation

Divorce is already an emotionally charged and taxing process. You and your spouse will most likely want to avoid making it an expensive and time-consuming process as well. However, depending on your circumstances, you and your spouse may have several important issues to resolve, such as equitable distribution, alimony, child custody, and support. Contact Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford today and let one of our dedicated Doylestown divorce attorneys help you to understand your legal rights and options and how our firm can help you make the divorce process as efficient as possible while still addressing the interests and needs of you and your family.  We offer a free, initial consultation.

About Doylestown, PA

Doylestown is a borough located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and also serves as the county seat. Doylestown’s namesake, William Doyle, received a license in 1745 to construct a tavern in the area that includes present-day Doylestown. Due to its position along the road between Philadelphia and Easton, Doylestown experienced significant growth during the colonial era, leading to the Pennsylvania General Assembly moving the county seat for Bucks County from Newtown to Doylestown in the early 19th century. As the county seat, Doylestown developed a strong residential and professional character through the 19th and early 20th centuries. However, pressures from suburban sprawl in the post-World War II era led to Doylestown reinventing its downtown area, placing new focus on the borough’s architectural heritage.

Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce in Doylestown, PA

FAQ: Do my spouse and I need to resolve alimony, child custody, or child support before finalizing our divorce?

No. Under Pennsylvania divorce law, the court can order separate proceedings for the issues of alimony, child custody, and child support, none of which need to be resolved before the court issues a judgment of divorce that legally ends the parties’ marriage. There are many reasons why parties may want to finalize a divorce before finalizing outstanding issues of alimony or child custody/support, such as one spouse wishing to get married to someone else.

FAQ: Do I need an attorney to file for divorce?

Although it is not necessary for a person to be represented by an attorney to file for divorce in Pennsylvania, in most cases it is highly advisable to have legal representation if seeking a divorce, especially if you and your spouse have children, have assets to divide, if one or both of you are seeking alimony payments, or if you and your spouse have a prenuptial agreement. It is especially important to have legal representation if you and your spouse are attempting to negotiate a marital or property settlement agreement, to ensure that your interests are properly advocated and that your rights are protected.