Bucks County Divorce Lawyers
You’re In Control With Cooley & Handy – Divorce Lawyers in Doylestown, PA
When you’re facing a divorce, custody or other family law matter in Bucks County, PA, you can feel like your life is out of control. Taking it back starts with learning your legal rights and options. Knowing where you’re headed can help too. That’s why we’ll help you identify your goals and provide you with a roadmap to get you to the future you imagine.
You’ll feel confident knowing you’re making the smart choice to have Cooley & Handy represent you in your divorce, custody other family law matter. Our Bucks County Divorce Lawyers have more in-depth experience in divorce, custody and family law than any other firm in the region, and a reputation for practical legal advice,
Cooley & Handy’s divorce law offices are conveniently located in the heart of Bucks County, in Doylestown, PA in the Doylestown Agriculture Works building at 100 S. Main Street, Suite 201, Doylestown, PA 18901. There is ample parking and we are only three blocks from the Bucks County Justice Center.
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Where Child Custody Determined When Parents Live In Different States
I moved to Pennsylvania from another state after my spouse and I separated…. Which state will decide my custody matter? The UCCJEA Determines In Which State Your Child Custody Matter Will Be Decided When Parents Live in Different States The answer to this question really turns on one key definition in the group of laws […]
The Effect of COVID-19 on Child Custody in Pennsylvania
There is no denying that COVID-19 has affected nearly every aspect of our daily lives. For many of us, our regular routines have been drastically altered and we must find ways to adapt. However, if you are divorced or separated and sharing child custody with another parent, COVID-19 has possibly made your situation even more […]
How to Tell Your Kids About Your Divorce: Advice From a Child
Breaking news of your divorce to your children is not easy. Preparation is key. How you approach this conversation will depend on the age of your children. However, young or old, male or female, there are guidelines most couples can follow to help ease the stress for all involved.