Philadelphia County Divorce Attorney
If you are getting divorced in Philadelphia County, it is important to consult with a divorce attorney who is experienced and local. At the Law Office of Smith & Horwitz, our attorneys have extensive experience handling Philadelphia County divorces. Based in Philadelphia, we are highly familiar with the family courts, officers and judges, and can guide you through all of the legal hurdles involved in a divorce.
Providing Compassionate Family Law Services
Any divorce is a complex legal matter with much at risk. However, when you have an experienced attorney on your side, the process can be much easier to bear. Our lawyers can help you with all aspects of your Philadelphia County divorce, from property division settlements to child custody and child support matters.
To schedule your initial consultation, fill out our easy online form or call us at (215) 515-8464 today.
Are You Getting Divorced in Philadelphia County?
Hiring a law firm to handle your divorce is a big decision. As experienced attorneys working in a small firm environment, we can offer clients the capabilities of a large law firm with the personal, attentive service of a smaller firm. We will keep you up to date on all developments in your Philadelphia divorce, and answer your questions and concerns in a timely manner.
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"I had Adam represent me as my attorney and his expertise in this field showed. He helped me go through a messy custody battle and the results of what was best for the well being of my child."- Lanei Burke
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