Spousal Support or Alimony | Child Support | Property Settlements
If you are contemplating filing for divorce or are already a party to a divorce proceeding, you may have many unanswered questions about what the future will bring. How will the court determine child support? When is alimony or spousal support warranted? What will happen to the debts and assets of your marriage? Where will your children live and how will you see them, if you are not the custodial parent?
When you are in the throes of a divorce, you want an experienced attorney to protect your rights, someone who can coolly and calmly assess your situation and make certain you are taking the right steps to protect your future.
At Hornstine Law, LLC, with offices in Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, we offer a wealth of experience to men and women involved in divorce or family law disputes. Our attorneys have decades of combined legal experience, including nearly 20 years of judicial experience. We take an aggressive posture on behalf of our clients, always working to get the results you want. Though we are skilled trial lawyers and are always willing to take your case to court to get the outcome you want, we are also well versed in alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as mediation, and will work closely with you to use these methods to meet your goals.
For a free initial consultation with one of our experienced divorce attorneys, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 215-568-4968 (in New Jersey at 609-523-2222 or in Florida at 727-538-4178).
Our Divorce Practice
We work with men and women at all stages of a divorce or family law dispute, from the decision to file through negotiated settlements, mediation or trial to post-judgment requests for modification or enforcement of a final divorce decree. We will help you resolve all issues related to or arising out of divorce, such as:
- Spousal support — We will help you determine whether alimony or spousal support is necessary and, if so, the appropriate amount, frequency and duration of payments.
- Child support — We will carefully review all proposed child support orders for compliance with Pennsylvania or New Jersey guidelines. We will also verify that all relevant income has been included in the calculation.
- The equitable distribution of marital property — We will help you work out acceptable agreements for the division of your marriage’s debts and assets, including real and personal property, financial accounts (bank, insurance and investment accounts), retirement funds and business interests.
- Child custody and visitation — To learn more, see our child custody and visitation page.
Contact Our Office
To set up a free initial consultation, contact our office online or for assistance in Pennsylvania and New York call our office at 215-568-4968, for assistance in New Jersey call our office at 609-523-2222, and for assistance in Florida, call our office at 727-538-4178. Evening and weekend meetings can be scheduled at your request. Our Philadelphia office is located within easy access from PATCO and SEPTA.
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