Family Law Overview

Pennsylvania Family Law Attorneys

Divorce | Child Custody and Visitation | Child Support | Alimony or Spousal Support | Equitable Distribution of Property| Modification and Enforcement Proceedings

When you face the challenging emotions that come with a marital breakup, you want an experienced lawyer to protect your interests. The stress and anxiety you feel can make it difficult to know the best solutions for issues such as child custody and visitation, support and the division of marital property. You want an attorney who knows the law and the process, who has successfully worked with men and women in circumstances like yours.

At the Law Offices of John E. Kusturiss, Jr., we bring more than 30 years of experience to people in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We have the skill, knowledge and experience to quickly assess your case and identify all potential challenges. We can help you identify creative solutions that promote the best interests of your children, while protecting your rights as a parent. We will take the time to listen closely, so that we understand the unique details of your case, as well as your goals, and can develop a strategy to get the outcome you want. We will keep you fully informed of all developments in your case, as well as your options, so that you can make good decisions that protect your future.

An Overview of Our Family Law Practice

Attorney Alyssa K. Poole oversees our divorce and family law practice, representing clients at any stage of a legal dispute, from the decision to file for divorce to requests for modification or enforcement of a final decree. We provide comprehensive family law counsel, handling all issues related to:

  • Divorce — We will help you determine whether divorce is the best option for you, and provide you with effective counsel before, during and after your divorce is final.
  • Child custody and visitation — We work with men and women to establish and implement custody and visitation plans that promote the best interests of minor children, and that allow parents to play a meaningful role in the growth and development of their children.
  • Alimony or spousal support — We will carefully review the facts of your case to determine whether alimony is appropriate and, if so, will help you establish how much should be paid and for how long.
  • The equitable distribution of marital property — We will help you allocate the debts and assets of your marriage, from real and personal property to financial accounts, from retirement funds to business interests.

Contact Our Office

For a confidential consultation with an experienced Delaware County family law attorney, contact us by e-mail or call us at (610) 565-0240. We charge a reduced rate for the first meeting. We will meet with you evenings or weekends upon request. We take Visa, MasterCard and Discover, including debit cards.

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