Bucks County Divorce Lawyers
Our Bucks County Divorce Attorneys Put You In Control
When you’re facing a divorce, custody or other family law matter in Bucks County, PA, you may feel like your life is out of control. Taking back control starts with learning your legal rights and options. Knowing where you’re headed can help too. We believe in empowering our clients with the knowledge they need to regain a sense of control. 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 Have Experienced Bucks County Divorce Lawyers on Your Side
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 attorneys can handle all types of family law matters, from the simplest to the most complex cases. With an average of twenty years’ experience, our Bucks County Divorce Lawyers have more in-depth knowledge in divorce, custody and family law than any other firm in the region, and a reputation for practical legal advice.
Our Bucks County Divorce Attorneys Have Your Concerns In Mind
We know that the divorce process can be overwhelming. You may have many concerns about your children, your property, and your future. Our experienced attorneys take a compassionate and understanding approach to the practice of family law. We are here to listen and provide the best legal advice to help alleviate your concerns.
Cooley & Handy’s Bucks County Divorce Lawyer Offices Are Conveniently Located In Doylestown, PA.
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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