Asserting Your Interests Throughout Divorce
There is no such thing as a simple family law matter. It is an area of law where one’s relationships and one’s finances undergo substantial change. As such, if you are entering legal proceedings, it is crucial to find a law firm that is dedicated to the practice of family law — and does not merely take on these cases as part of a general and unspecialized practice.
The attorneys at Silverblatt & Associates can help. Our attorneys are dedicated exclusively to family law and have served in Wilkes-Barre and throughout eastern Pennsylvania for nearly 40 years. We understand how to assert our clients’ interests and work hard to protect their assets and their relationships with their children.
Keeping Control In Your Hands
Our firm assists in a full spectrum of family law matters, including:
- Protecting your assets — We are skilled in helping our clients appraise their assets and liabilities and ensure that they are able to retain their fair share. Likewise, for clients in possession of complex assets — jointly held businesses, substantial retirement accounts — we are adept at conducting accurate assessments and facilitating equitable distribution.
- Protecting your children — Children are the most important consideration in any divorce. Our lawyers will make sure their interests are prioritized. We guide our clients through the process of devising fair custody and visitation schedules, helping them achieve accord without going to court. We also handle concerns pertaining to relocation and issues of grandparents’ rights.
- Related financial concerns — Silverblatt & Associates is committed to making sure our clients remain financially stable. To achieve this, we help negotiate fair spousal support agreements and other marital settlement agreements.
Legal Support When You Need It Most
To learn more about how we can help, reach out to our office. You can call us at 570-820-9800 or arrange a consultation online. We provide prompt, personable service and look forward to helping you reach resolution.