PA Family Law Practice Areas
Trusted Central Pennsylvania Family Law and Civil Trial Lawyers
Our boutique family law firm has a practice of distinction in Pennsylvania law. After forty years of service, we continue to work with each client directly. We strive to understand each case on an individual basis and use creative strategies to develop solutions that are as unique as your needs. We also represent clients in mediation, arbitration and using the Collaborative Law method. At Saltzgiver & Boyle Family Law Attorneys, we work with clients personally regarding a variety of PA family law concerns:
Couples going through a divorce can experience a wide range of emotions and concerns. At Saltzgiver & Boyle Family Law Attorneys, we treat you as an individual and tailor our legal approach to help you address your concerns and achieve your goals.
Child Custody & Visitation
We know the importance that parents place on the relationship with their children and our services reflect this knowledge. Our skilled attorneys take every action possible under Pennsylvania law to help you and your children achieve your child custody and visitation goals.
Many parents have questions about how Pennsylvania law will affect the amount of child support they will pay or receive. We can advise you on the child support guidelines, tax consequences of support, and how your particular situation might be viewed under Pennsylvania law.
Spousal Support / Alimony
In Pennsylvania, there are several different types of spousal support, or alimony, available depending on your personal situation. Talking to one of our knowledgeable attorneys can help you understand how Pennsylvania courts determine eligibility and assess how much support to award.
We help divorcing couples manage the asset division of their divorce. Our services cover a wide range of matters, from simple divisions to complex matters related to business interests, investments and pensions, and real estate.
We work with individuals to appoint guardianship for a disabled or incapacitated adult, who can then make decisions about the care and treatment of the incapacitated person and/or to manage their property and finances.
Our attorneys often handle civil matters, such as estate planning and probate, as well as business litigation. Oftentimes our family law clients appreciate our services so much that they ask us to pursue these matters as well. Other times, we handle civil litigation as a way to address complex issues related to a divorce.