Ending a long-term relationship is difficult enough.
The divorce attorney you work with can make all the difference in your case.
When the time comes to talk about dissolving a marriage, don't let your unanswered questions keep you up at night.
Come in for a consultation today to discuss how the law can affect your divorce action.
Let's talk about what to expect and come up with a workable plan. I assure you, you will feel better once we do!
The Law Office of Ashley M. Eckert, LLC serves clients in Downingtown, Coatesville, throughout Chester County, and elsewhere in Pennsylvania. Our small firm atmosphere means that your case gets the personal attention it deserves. We are committed to getting you results and exceptional service is a priority — your file never gets handed off!
If you're considering divorce, you're probably wondering...
- How do you start with the divorce process in Pennsylvania?
- How are the assets going to be divided?
- What happens with the house? Can I stay? Should I go?
- What is considered marital property? Separate property?
- What if my spouse is moving assets around?
- What does equitable distribution mean?
- Can we be legally separated?
- What does abandonment mean?
- How are retirement accounts divided?
- What if I can't afford to live on my own?
- Do we need an attorney if we have an agreement?
- When do we have to go to court?
And I know that is just the start of your questions. The specific facts of your case will make all the difference in the answers to your divorce questions. I will make sure you know the answers you are seeking by the time you leave your consultation. Check out some PA Divorce FAQs and the information on this site, but more importantly, give me a call to set up your personalized consultation so we can sit down face to face and discuss.
Never married but own property together? Let's talk about how the law treats co-habitating partners. Today more and more couples remain unmarried. If you're ending your relationship, you will face many of the same issues as a divorce action. We can help take some of the stress out of that process, and advise you regarding your legal rights.
It's time for a frank, open discussion about your options.