First and foremost, we are a family law firm that is here to help our community with its legal needs. We focus mainly on family law, but our firm is also equipped to deal with a wide range of other legal issues. Our firm has a proven track record of resolving many of the most complex legal issues in the state of Pennsylvania and we have acted with the utmost professionalism and respect for our clients.
The American Legal Institute has named our firm one of the top 10 criminal law firms in the state of Pennsylvania. Our partner David S. Nenner has focused his practice on criminal cases and was named "Top Criminal Lawyer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania" by Super Lawyers in 2015.
Dan was honored by the American Society of Legal Advocates and Michael was named one of the 100 Best Lawyers in Pennsylvania by National Trial Lawyers. He has focused his three-decade career on criminal justice, including the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Dan, a member of the Board of Directors of our firm, has also published more than 100 published legal articles and over 1,000 blog posts.
On May 28, a jury ruled that Bucks County, just outside Philadelphia, intentionally violated a Pennsylvania law that protects the privacy of inmates sentenced to less than a year in prison. Prisoners sentenced to more than two years in prison for non-violent drug offenses were sentenced by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Under Pennsylvania divorce law, a court may order that none of these issues be resolved by a divorce order that legally terminates the marriage of the parties. A court can only approve divorce if mental illness or serious mental illness has led to the death - in legal form - of one or more of the party's children, grandchildren or grandchildren.
If both parties agree that the marriage has irretrievably broken down, this is the quickest and easiest reason for divorce. Do you know any other way to dissolve a marriage or file a traditional divorce than a divorce order, or do you know any other way to dissolve or file a marriage? Please call us today to have an experienced divorce lawyer explain the divorce proceedings in Pennsylvania. Our consultations are free of charge and we offer all our clients free legal advice and advice.
To arrange a confidential, free case review, please call Young Marr & Associates at 1-888-527-4357 or call our office today. Please contact us today to arrange your free private legal advice with one of our experienced divorce attorneys in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
Whether you need help in determining paternity, granting child support, establishing or amending a custody order or a variety of other matters, our Pennsylvania divorce attorneys have lawyers at your disposal to help you pursue a fair outcome. Our divorce lawyers can advise you by mediating your divorce and help you protect your rights. Lawyers for the Doylestown divorce mediation service will not only be able to assist the process, but will also facilitate an amicable resolution.
Our lawyers are good - experienced in advising clients on a variety of issues including divorce, maintenance, custody and custody. Our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience assisting clients in a variety of divorce cases in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and other parts of the state of Pennsylvania. We have many years of experience in the divorce industry, with over 20 years of experience as a divorce lawyer.
For over 65 years, families in Pennsylvania have relied on our legal counsel to help them achieve the best possible outcome in their divorce, custody and custody issues.
In cases where there are property, maintenance or custody issues or where only a simple divorce is required, our firm offers a flat fee for divorces. The hourly rate most lawyers then charge for divorce usually requires upfront maintenance, and therefore our lawyers have a long tradition of efficiently and amicably assisting clients with divorce issues through negotiation and mediation. In cases where the ex is generally consensual and we have the ability to resolve many complex financial issues. We are also able to negotiate with opposing lawyers, even in cases involving hidden assets or existing weddings. This is one of the main reasons why we are so popular with our clients and why they have had great success in helping them to resolve their divorce issue efficiently through negotiations and mediation.
Pennsylvania courts do not usually award attorneys' fees, so don't expect your spouse to pay them, even if it doesn't work out. A lawyer familiar with the Pennsylvania Magisterial District Court can give sound advice and may be able to dismiss the charges. If you have to pay the court, you will need to pay a filing fee to file for divorce, but the spouse should not be expected to pay the legal fees, even though it does not work.