Helping You Make Informed Decisions In Divorce

The idea to file for divorce is not something most people think about when they get married. We all want to believe in "happily ever after." Unfortunately, sometimes issues arise that irreparably harm and change a relationship causing divorce to be the only valid option.

This can be an extremely stressful and emotional time for all members of the family and it is important to seek out an attorney who is conscious of how overwhelming the divorce process can be. At The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn, we are not only sensitive to how to help our clients through this challenging time, but we also believe in helping you see every issue clearly so that you can make informed decisions about your future. To speak with an experienced divorce lawyer, contact us online today or call 866-657-7318.

Exploring Every Divorce Option

In Pennsylvania, you can obtain a no-fault divorce if there is mutual consent between both parties and you have been separated from your spouse for at least 90 days. You also qualify for a no-fault divorce if there has been an irretrievable breakdown and you have been living apart for at least one year. Our divorce lawyers can help you determine if you qualify and assist you in filing for a no-fault divorce action.

We also offer a fixed-fee option for people who have a no-fault simple divorce action where there are no children from the marriage and no substantial division of property is involved. This type of uncontested divorce can be finalized in as little as six months depending on if you are separated at the time you contact us or if you have already been separated from your spouse for a while and agree on all the issues. No-fault divorces often involve no court appearances by you and substantially less paperwork.

Our attorneys also routinely handle complex divorces that involve one of the six grounds of fault, as well as contentious negotiations to determine child custody and child and spousal support. Roger Epstein has over 25 years of experience helping clients through sensitive and complicated family law matters, negotiating on your behalf to make sure you are provided for and protected in the future.

Annulment May Be An Option

Additionally, we can also help you explore annulment possibilities and voidable marriages. We also handle foreign divorce if you now reside in another country but formerly resided in a county of Pennsylvania for at least six months. To discuss your specific situation, contact our Philadelphia office today for a telephone consultation.