Bucks County Divorce Lawyer

Family-based legal issues such as Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support can be very delicate and emotional situations. Divorce cases are unique because they involve cutting ties with someone you loved or may still love. Every case is different and often involves many factors that because of the emotional component in a Divorce case can be overwhelming, time-consuming and expensive. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. have the experience, professionalism, and toughness to patiently guide you through the divorce process.

Divorce Lawyer in Bucks County

The high Divorce rate in the United States, though discouraging, is a fact of life. There are many issues to resolve for couples who decide to get divorced. The Divorce Lawyers at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. can simplify this delicate situation for you by creating a personalized approach for your case. Factors to consider when facing divorce include:

  • How long the couple has been married
  • Whether or not the couple has children
  • Shared assets of the couple
  • How the marriage ended
  • There are a number of ways to proceed with a divorce in Bucks county. In order to begin the process, a complaint in divorce must be filed at the courthouse, and the non-filing spouse must be served. The non-filing spouse can accept service or a process server can serve the papers and sign an affidavit affirming that the papers have been served. When the parties agree, a divorce can be uncontested. Pennsylvania has a number of no-fault provisions. Both parties must sign affidavits affirming that the divorce is by mutual consent and the Court will grant a divorce 90 days after the papers are signed, provided all property issues have been settled. If the divorce is contested, a no-fault divorce can be obtained after a two-year separation and after settling any property issues. A fault divorce can also be obtained if the non-filing spouse has committed bigamy or adultery, been imprisoned, been confined to a mental institution, or has been physically and/or emotionally abusive.

    Why Do I Need A Lawyer?

    It is in the best interest of the couple to come to an easy and agreeable settlement. However, this is not always possible due to the behavior of the parties. It is important to have a reasonable attorney who can recognize what is important to you and fight to get it. It is also important to have a lawyer who understands how hard a divorce is, and how important it is to reach a swift conclusion. Some lawyers will create problems to drag out a case and make it more expensive. You can expect the attorneys at our firm to use their expertise and professionalism to fight for your rights and get you what you deserve in the aftermath of a marriage gone bad.

    This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.