Serving Clients Throughout Greater Philadelphia And Southern New Jersey
For many people, the foundation of who they are is focused on family and their role within their family. It's only natural, then, that individuals facing divorce or other family law issues may find themselves feeling uncertain about the future and how that foundation will be impacted.
At The Law Office of Diana C. Schimmel, Esquire, we provide family law representation that is assertive when necessary to protect a client's best interest, yet compassionate in regard to understanding the emotions our clients experience. We are careful to address each client's unique concerns.
We represent individuals in the full spectrum of family law matters, including:
- Child custody
- Property division
- Domestic violence issues, including defense against protective orders
- Modifications to child custody or support orders
- Prenuptial agreements
- Same-sex marriage and divorce rights
We will take the time to answer your questions, address your concerns and help you prioritize your objectives. In many instances, we help our clients reach agreement without the need to go to court, even when it appears early in the process that the two sides are destined to litigate.
Our priority, however, is to put our clients in the best possible position to handle their concerns. If that requires going to court because a fair agreement cannot be reached, we are trial-tested attorneys who are always prepared to advocate for clients in court.
The decision to end or change a family relationship is a tough one to make. Once you have done so, however, it is critical to retain the services of a lawyer who has a strong track record of producing positive outcomes for clients.
Call 800-580-9136 or use the online contact form to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. We will answer your questions and provide a straightforward assessment of your case. Our experience and knowledge of the family judicial system in Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey allow us to provide an accurate determination of the range of outcomes you can expect.