Child custody and visitation rights often cause the biggest problems among divorcing couples. Every parent wants what's best for their children, but it isn't always clear how to deal with the parenting schedule, child support and other issues that are likely to arise.
The family law attorneys at Dorian, Goldstein, Wisniewski & Orchinik, P.C., know how important your children are to you. Our lawyers have decades of experience working with judges and child welfare specialists in Bucks County and in counties throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. If your pending divorce will have issues relating to child custody or visitation rights, talk to us. We can also help you change your parenting schedule and other custody needs.
Contact us for a consultation. Our main offices are in Bensalem. We also have offices in Philadelphia and Montgomery County.
We offer a full range of divorce and family law services, including:
- Child support, enforcement and modifications
- Child custody and visitation rights
- Custodial parent relocation, move-away cases
- Stepparent adoptions
- Paternity actions for mothers and fathers
- Spousal support, alimony
Pennsylvania Is A No Fault Divorce State
If you think your attorney's experience doesn't matter, think again. Many factors play a role in child custody decisions. With more than three decades of experience in courts throughout the Northeast Philadelphia region, we know how judges are likely to view a particular set of facts. We will handle your child custody matter with the understanding and sensitivity it deserves.
Our Law Firm Has Consistently Earned The Highest Martindale-Hubbell AV* Peer Review Rating For Legal Ability And Ethical Standards.
Contact us to discuss your child custody and visitation issues with one of our attorneys today: 215-809-3882.
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