Divorce

Media, PA Divorce Attorneys

Child Custody and Visitation | Child Support | Alimony or Spousal Support | Equitable Distribution | Modification and Enforcement

If you are considering filing for divorce or are already a party to a divorce proceeding, you may have many uncertainties about your
rights or what you need to do to protect your future. The challenging emotions that come with divorce can make it difficult to know the
best solutions to child custody, visitation, support and property differences. You want an experienced lawyer who has successfully
helped others in similar circumstances to advise you.

If you are considering filing for divorce or are already a party to a divorce proceeding, you may have many uncertainties about your
rights or what you need to do to protect your future. The challenging emotions that come with divorce can make it difficult to know the
best solutions to child custody, visitation, support and property differences. You want an experienced lawyer who has successfully
helped others in similar circumstances to advise you.

At our office, we recognize that every divorce proceeding is different. We will take the time to listen carefully so that we can
learn the unique aspects of your case and formulate a customized strategy to protect your future.

Our Divorce Practice

Attorney Alyssa K. Poole oversees our divorce and family law practice, working with men and women at any stage of a divorce, from
the initial filing through post-judgment requests for modification or enforcement. We will help you resolve all matters related to
or arising out of divorce, including:

  • Child custody and visitation — We will help you develop and put in place custody and
    visitation agreements that promote the best interests of your minor children, while protecting your rights as a parent.
  • Alimony or spousal support — We will work with you to determine whether alimony should be
    awarded and, if so, the amount, frequency and duration of payments.
  • The equitable distribution of marital property — We will help you divide
    your marriage’s debts and assets, including real and personal property, financial accounts,
    retirement plans and business interests.

Contact Us

To set up a private meeting with an experienced Delaware County divorce lawyer, contact us online
or call us at (610) 565-0240. Your first appointment is at a reduced rate. We will meet with you evenings or weekends upon request, and we take Visa, MasterCard and Discover, including debit cards.

Our Practice Focus