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My spouse and I are contemplating a divorce. Where do I start?

 

Because no attorney can represent both parties in a divorce, you should hire an attorney to exclusively represent your unique interest.

Step One: Hire the Best Attorney You Can Find

 

Many clients believe that's us. They count on DORSETT LAW FIRM to help them through this difficult emotional and financial time.

After more than 20 years of devoted representation to our clients, we believe our services are in demand in large part because we care about each one of our clients.

 

 

 

3 reasons you will want to call us !

 

2015 -- The American Registry® publicly recognized Attorney Dorsett as a top attorney in North America, honoring her for excellence and her professional accomplishments, top peer evaluations, and more, thus distinguishing Ms Dorsett’s legal achievements from more than 1 million North American lawyers working in firms, large and small, in corporate, solo, and government practices.

registry-seal Divorce - Dorsett Law Firm2015 -- Martindale-Hubbell® reported Attorney Dorsett received their High Peer Review rating from her colleagues in the legal community.  Founded more than 140 years ago, Martindale-Hubbell® continues to serve as a fundamental legal and business resource in the United States, Canada and other countries.

 

 2016 -- The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts® confirms that Attorney Dorsett is currently the only attorney in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania practicing divorce and family law holding the designation of Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®)1  I want to know more.

 

Step Two: Be Prepared for Your Initial Consultation

 

After scheduling your Initial Consultation with DORSETT LAW FIRM, you will want to organize your thoughts to be well-prepared in order to get the most out of the time you spend with your attorney.  To help you prepare, we recommend the following:

Factors to Discuss with the Divorce Attorney®

The POWER LIST of Questions for Divorcing Spouses®

 

For additional information, click on any of these divorce-related topics:

Difficult Spouses & Complex Cases

High-Asset Separation & Divorces

>Alimony

Child Custody

Child Support

No-Fault Divorce

Paternity Determination

Property Division

Same-Sex Couples

Unmarried Couples

1This statistic is accurate as of February 2016. Information supplied by the CDFA® association, 2016.

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