Building A New Future

Going through a divorce or a related family law conflict can be one of the most emotionally draining experiences of your life. Not only are there complicated legal hurdles to navigate, but you are also expected to make sustainable long-term decisions during a time when your life may be in chaos, and you likely have a great deal of uncertainty about your future. This is when you need an experienced family law attorney who knows the legal terrain and emotional hurdles you face in this kind of transition. At the Law Office of John Attiani, I take care to understand your unique circumstances and goals before embarking on your case. I work on behalf of and in partnership with my clients, giving each case the individual attention it deserves. To learn about your rights and how I can help you move forward while protecting your interests, call my Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, office at 215-596-4820 or email me for more information.

Comprehensive Representation For A Variety Of Family Concerns

Most family law issues arise when former spouses decide to seek a divorce. And just like no couple is alike, no one divorce is alike, either. If there are children involved in your divorce, you will need to forge a plan for child custody, visitation and support. And to ensure that both spouses leave a marriage with some financial stability, a divorce often involves negotiations over spousal support/alimony and fair division of the assets the spouses had shared during the marriage. Where abuse may have been a part of the relationship, a family attorney can help erect protections for the victim against this abuse. A family lawyer can also help establish guardianships where needed for vulnerable individuals who are unable to make decisions for themselves.

Planning For The Long Term One Question At A Time

If you've never before been a party to a divorce before, you likely have a lot of uncertainty about what it involves. People want to know what will happen to the house, how they will pay for their children's upbringing and what will happen if their former spouse proves uncooperative. I can answer these questions and provide you with a road map for how things might play out in your unique situation.

When you come in for a consultation, we will sit down and talk, and determine how I might be able to help you. If your case goes forward through my office, I generally try to settle it peaceably. However, I am no stranger to a fight, and will not hesitate to go to court should your situation require it.

Call Today To Defend Your Rights And Your Future

Information can provide peace of mind in a challenging time. If you're considering divorce, call my office at 215-596-4820 or use this online form to get the information you need to make the best decisions for yourself moving forward.