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The following list of Divorce Lawyers, Mediators, Counselors and other divorce professionals is sorted alphabetical by city. Be sure to mention Divorce Source when contacting these professionals.
Pennsylvania Divorce Source Professionals (
1st to Contact - 1st to Respond)
Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz, P.C.
(Ardmore Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 610-645-0100
Buscarini Law Firm, P.C.
(Clarks Summit Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 570-586-3811
Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg & Gifford, P.C.
(Colmar Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 215-822-7575
Brian J. Cali, Attorney at Law
(Dunmore Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 570-344-2029
Law Offices of Fred T. Howe
(Kingston Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 570-288-5291
Mongiovi Law, LLC
(Lancaster Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 717-299-4541
Reese, Samley, Wagenseller, Mecum & Longer, PC
(Lancaster Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 717-393-0671
Law Office of Marcia Binder Ibrahim
(Lansdale Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 215-362-2478
Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC
(Pittsburgh Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 412-471-5100
O'Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C.
(Pottstown Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 610-323-2800
Robin Gray, Attorney at Law
(Wyomissing Family Law Attorneys) - Phone: 484-769-5855
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Pennsylvania distributes marital property
on an "equitable" basis, which means the court awards property in a manner it believes is fair, not necessarily on a 50-50 basis. The court considers numerous factors when it considers how to award divorce property, and it can also award alimony