Practical, Cost-Efficient Help With Complex And Difficult Divorce Cases
Divorce can be one of life’s most difficult experiences. If you are going through a divorce or considering it, you may be struggling with painful emotions and facing hard decisions. Though no one can make things easy, it can be extremely helpful to have a lawyer on your side who knows the law, who knows Pennsylvania family courts and who knows what will work best for you.
At Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, we have helped thousands of people deal with divorce situations of all kinds, with six of our attorneys actively engaging in the practice of family law. We understand the emotional and legal challenges that must be navigated in the divorce process. We are committed to helping make our clients’ divorce cases as easy as possible. We discourage the “win at all cost” mentality in favor of approaches that yield a fair resolution of the case at a reasonable cost.
Divorce mediation and collaborative law methods are among these practical, cost-efficient and non-adversarial approaches. Contact one of our Greensburg divorce attorneys to learn more.
Guidance On The Equitable Distribution Of Property
In addition to the emotional and logistical adjustments that come with ending a marriage, the division of property and assets, such as your home, retirement accounts, pensions and investments, is an important part of many divorces — a part that should be undertaken with the help of an experienced attorney. In conjunction with other issues such as child and spousal support payments, child custody disputes and grandparents’ rights matters, our Westmoreland County property and asset distribution attorneys can help you address the division of assets such as:
- Real estate, including primary residences
- Investments, retirement accounts and pensions
- Family businesses and professional practices
- Personal items
- Marital and personal debt, which should be divided equitably. In some cases, a bankruptcy filing is advisable to address unsustainable levels of debt and provide a fresh financial start along with a divorce.