Family Law Attorneys
The decision to get married and subsequently consider getting a divorce is a scary position to be in. Many people have questions regarding what will happen to their children, how will their possessions be divided, whether they will pay child support or even whether or not they will receive alimony to help them rebuild their life after separation. Even parents who have children and are not married, still need legal representation. These choices are felt for many years by every member of your family and extended family.
At this difficult time, an experienced family law firm can give you the strength and confidence you need to move on with your life. For compassion and advice come to Rick Stock Law. Our law offices and its predecessors have successfully served individuals, couples and families in Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties with divorce and other ancillary issues that transition you and your loved ones to a brighter future. We listen carefully to your wishes, respond with realistic assessments, and work hard to negotiate a favorable outcome for your uncontested, contested or high net worth divorce.
We also believe deeply in “the best interests of the child” and do whatever we can to minimize the potentially negative impact of divorce on children and help both parents maintain a prominent role in a child’s upbringing.
To arrange your initial consultation with a compassionate and caring attorney, contact us.
Rick Stock Law, offers effective, cost-efficient representation for family law matters such as:
- Uncontested, contested and high-asset divorce
- Military divorce
- Child custody and grandparent visitation
- Child Relocation issues
- Children and Youth matters
- Child support and spousal support (alimony)
- Property division/equitable distribution
- Investigation of hidden assets
- Protection From Abuse
- Post-judgment modifications of custody and support
- Contempt orders and enforcements of settlement agreement obligations
- Paternity issues
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
Guardianship: Gives one or more people the authority to make health-related decisions for another person.
Conservatorship: this is a legal relationship that gives one or more individuals the authority to make financial decisions on behalf of an incapacitated person.
Although it may be a tough decision, every family must confront certain issues about the future of their vulnerable children or elderly parents. It is critical for you to consider either guardianship, conservatorship, or a combination of both- we are here to help.