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Pennsylvania Family Lawyers

Also Serving New Jersey, Delaware & Maryland

When family members find themselves embroiled in a dispute, it may be necessary for a family lawyer to step in and help bring about a positive resolution.

Rubin & Badame, Attorneys at Law, P.C. assists with a wide range of family matters, including:

  • Divorce
  • Child support
  • Spousal support

Our family law attorneys in Pennsylvania understand that the matter you are dealing with is likely personal and sensitive. With this in mind, we take a compassionate and personalized approach to every case, tailoring our services to meet your unique needs.

Contact us online or give us a call at (610) 382-5200 today.

Divorce

Divorces can be one of the most complex situations that an individual will ever have to deal with. If you find yourself filing for divorce or being served with divorce papers, we can help. Every marriage is unique and therefore, every divorce is different. At Rubin & Badame, Attorneys at Law, P.C. we have the skills necessary to ensure that your interests are being protected and that you are aptly positioned to achieve your desired outcome.

This could include decisions regarding the child’s:

  • Medical care
  • Religious upbringing
  • Education

Child Support

Under Pennsylvania law, both parents are financially responsible for the welfare of their children. The commonwealth has enacted child support guidelines that will determine the amount of support required not withstanding certain enumerated exceptions. Our attorneys can help you navigate the process of requesting or negotiating support payments.

Spousal Support

Similarly, the state of Pennsylvania statutorily requires one spouse to financially support a dependent spouse with certain enumerated exceptions. It is important to note the subtle difference between spousal support and alimony: Once an individual is divorced, they are no longer a spouse and therefore not entitled to spousal support but may be entitled to alimony.

Ready to seek legal assistance with your case? Call our Pennsylvania family lawyers at (610) 382-5200 today.

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