Pennsylvania Attorneys Handling Your Family Matters with Compassion and Determination
Working With You Through All Stages Of Divorce
The dissolution of your marriage is an emotional and stressful event. The attorneys at FrancePaskey look out for your best legal interests so you can concentrate on the well-being of your family. We represent families throughout South Central Pennsylvania, including York, Adams, Cumberland, Lancaster and Dauphin Counties. We help our clients find solutions that secure their best interests without adding more fuel to potentially contentious disputes. Our family law lawyers always try to explore mediation and other alternative dispute resolutions when appropriate for the client.
FrancePaskey attorneys have more than 75 years of combined experience fighting for clients’ rights in all aspects of divorce, including:
- Child custody and visitation rights
- Child support
- Distribution of personal property, bank accounts, stocks and other assets
- Division of marital debts
- Sale or possession of the marital home
- Spousal support and temporary support
- Name change
- Protection From Abuse (PFA)
Assertive Family Law Litigators
Whether you are anticipating the joys of adoption or experiencing the frustrations of marital conflict, FrancePaskey can help. We provide legal services in all areas of family law, including child support, PFA, and child custody.
If going to court becomes necessary, having a strong litigator at your side is vital to protect your rights during your divorce. We zealously prepare for trial and fight for your rights at every stage of the adversarial litigation process. Our assertive approach alleviates some of the uncertainty and stress of the arduous litigation process and helps you obtain the most favorable trial outcome. Using strategic trial tactics and commanding courtroom presence, we successfully represent clients throughout the combative litigation process.
Helping You When Your Needs Change
All families change over time. As their needs and goals change, legal action may be necessary to make sure that existing court orders evolve to meet new family requirements. In addition, what was suitable to the parties at the time of the divorce might no longer work as jobs change, children grow and parents remarry. Finally, we help families obtain appropriate modifications to child support, child custody, visitation, time-sharing and alimony.