Protecting Your Best Interests During Divorce
In Berks County, Pennsylvania, no-fault divorce is typically the most common type. You can file for fault divorce grounds, but this is rare. You can, however, choose to file for an uncontested or contested divorce. In an uncontested divorce, both spouses are in agreement with regard to property, support and custody matters. In a contested divorce, a settlement has not been reached, and spouses ask the courts to make final determinations in these matters.
Palange, Endres & Marks, P.C., based in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, provides skilled representation to clients during divorce. Our firm represents clients in divorce matters ranging from simple, uncontested divorce to highly complex matters involving extensive assets and liabilities. This includes matters relating to:
- Division of assets — We will work on your behalf to achieve an equitable distribution of assets.
- Child custody — We assist clients with all matters related to child custody, including modification and relocation issues.
- Child support — We will ensure that the court has the information necessary to provide fair and adequate financial support for your child.
- Alimony/spousal support — We will protect your best interests and work to achieve the best possible outcome in the alimony process.
Wyomissing Support Attorneys Who Understand
We understand that a divorce can be a very emotional and stressful event for the entire family. You may have concerns with regard to child and spousal support, custody issues and protecting your assets and retirement benefits.
With more than 50 years of combined experience, our Reading divorce lawyers have the knowledge and skill to address these issues. They will approach your circumstances with compassion and with the goal of finding the best solution for your family’s individual needs. We can advise on financial, support and custody issues and help both parties reach a successful resolution. If an amicable settlement is not possible, we also are skilled trial lawyers who will advocate for your interests in the courtroom.