Helping You And Your Family Move Forward
In Pennsylvania, domestic legal issues can be divided into two major areas — those that originate with divorce and those that do not. Divorce is the first step in a series of legal processes. Our office handles simple divorces, child custody and child and spousal support. In addition to those areas, we help resolve legal issues relating to paternity, protection from abuse, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, the rights of domestic partners, guardianships and adoptions.
At Campana, Hoffa & Morrone, P.C., our family law attorneys are known for their ability to gain a solid understanding of each client’s needs, and for doing everything possible under the law to see that those needs are met.
Resolve Child Custody Disputes
We have helped clients resolve thorny family law problems related to:
- Relocation to another city or state to find work
- Obtaining custody even when conditions are not ideal — for example, a truck driver who has custody of his children when he is not on the road
- Deviating from state guidelines on child support when it is in the best interests of the child
- Finding a way for grandparents to be part of their grandchildren’s lives
Representing Your Best Interests In High-Asset Divorces
An area of growing interest is complex divorce. Certain circumstances complicate divorce and require greater attention, including divorces that are especially intense, division of businesses and partnerships, division of family-operated businesses, significant real property holdings, unusual collectibles and challenging child custody situations.
Not every firm can step up to this level of complexity where very large sums are at stake. Because of our reputation and our more than three decades of experience, we at Campana, Hoffa & Morrone, P.C., are trusted to help resolve such dilemmas — always taking care in the process to minimize later tax burdens.
The Williamsport family law lawyers at Campana, Hoffa & Morrone, P.C., have helped hundreds of clients start a new life following divorce. Call us at 570-279-4163 or contact us via our online contact form.