Bucks County & Montgomery County Divorce Attorneys
We understand that divorce can be an extremely stressful and overwhelming experience. At Repko Law, LLC our divorce attorneys in Doylestown, Bucks County and Montgomery County are compassionate counselors and aggressive advocates dedicated to providing support, compassion and understanding to our clients.
In addition to Doylestown, we also have divorce lawyers in Lansdale, PA (Montgomery County) and Newtown, PA (Bucks County). Our goal in every divorce case in Doylestown, Lansdale, or Newtown is to ease your stress while providing expert legal guidance and representation throughout the entire divorce process to get you the results you deserve.
At Repko Law, LLC, we will evaluate your situation and work with you to design an effective legal strategy allowing you to emerge from the divorce process in the strongest position possible. Our Bucks County divorce lawyers and Montgomery County family law attorneys are qualified to assist you through an uncontested or contested divorce in Pennsylvania.
Bucks County is a no-fault divorce county, meaning spouses who jointly seek a divorce are not required to demonstrate fault by either spouse. However, if one spouse opposes the divorce, Pennsylvania law requires the husband or wife to wait two years from the time of their separation to obtain a no fault divorce.
For couples in complete agreement, and without custody or property division issues in PA, we can help you obtain an uncontested divorce. We can negotiate a practical and acceptable settlement, prepare and file all the required documents and acquire a divorce quickly.
If a divorce is contested, or if the couple is not in agreement, the divorce attorneys at Repko Law, LLC are prepared to advocate aggressively for the protection of our client’s rights and interests at trial in Bucks or Montgomery County, PA.
Repko Law, LLC in Doylestown, Bucks County is committed to protecting your rights, addressing your concerns and resolving difficult issues, such as:
- Asset Protection
- Child Custody
- Child Visitation
- Child Support
- Spousal Support/Alimony Pendente Lite (APL)
- Equitable Distribution
- Property Division
- Exclusive Possession
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- Grandparents’ Custody Rights
- Domestic Violence
- Protection from Abuse
- Non-Marital and/or Same-Sex Separations
Family Law Professionals
Know your options. Contact the family law attorneys at Repko Law, LLC today at 215-348-9500 to schedule a FREE initial consultation.