West Chester, PA 19380
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Lee Ciccarelli is the founder and managing partner of Ciccarelli Law Offices with over two decades experience as a practicing attorney.
Working in many areas of law Ryan focused his efforts on family law. He prides himself on holding himself to a high standard of ethics and morals.
Bringing many years of experience and knowledge representing our clients in domestic violence and protection from abuse matters.
Albert M. Iacocca is an attorney with extensive knowledge of complex legal matters and has more then 10 years experience.
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Family issues like divorce can impact every aspect of your life on a very personal level. The decisions that you make during this process can affect you for years to come. It is important to ensure that this transition or issue is handled with as much care and attention to detail as possible.
The stress of facing a change in your family situation can be minimized by enlisting the help of a skilled lawyer. Under the guidance of an attorney, your issues like child custody arrangements, division of assets, or marriage agreement can be addressed thoroughly and in a timely manner.
At Ciccarelli Law Offices we know that our clients are facing stressful and challenging times. That's why we focus on guiding them through their legal issues with thorough explanations and attention to every detail of their family law matter. Whether you're facing a divorce or other issue, we can help you and your family reach a positive resolution.
Our lawyers have helped hundred of clients with a wide range of domestic issues, and we can guide you through even the most complex situation. For your family's legal needs, call (877) 529-2422 today to set up a free consultation with our experienced staff.
It may seem like only extreme circumstances need the attention of a lawyer, but there are a range of domestic scenarios that can benefit from skilled legal counsel. Simple issues like changing a name or step-parent adoption can quickly become stressful when faced with the complex legal paperwork required, and an attorney can make these processes as quick and painless as possible.
Sticky situations can arise, though, like child custody disputes, in which the help of an experienced Lancaster Law Attorney can be invaluable. Thorough knowledge of Pennsylvania's legal restrictions regarding custodial parents and visitation rights can reduce the stress placed on both the parents and children involved in these disagreements.
No couple ever wants to endure a divorce, but unfortunately the situation does arise. When it does, you need the help of an experienced Lancaster County divorce lawyer to make the process as smooth and painless as possible. There are many aspects to a divorce, such as division of the couple's assets, and this can quickly become complicated.
Divorces can either be no-fault, commonly known as uncontested, or at-fault, also called contested. An uncontested divorce is more straight-forward, but it can still be tricky to properly complete all of the necessary paperwork and plan for the future. If any children are involved, child support and custody issues will need to be discussed, and an attorney with a thorough knowledge of Pennsylvania's domestic relations laws can be invaluable in completing this process.
Court of Common Pleas: Office of Domestic Relations – This area of the Lancaster County Court handles child support services, including filing for child or spousal support, paternity establishment, and enforcement of support orders.
150 N Queen Street, Suite 220
Lancaster PA 17603
Phone: (717) 299-8141
Community Action Program of Lancaster County: Domestic Violence Services – This program provides information on available shelters, counseling, and information for those facing domestic violence situations.
The organization's hotline is (717) 299-1249, while the legal clinic is located here:
35 East Orange Street, Suite 200
Lancaster, PA 17602
Phone: (717) 291-5826
Lancaster County Courthouse – The County Courthouse can provide information on family law proceedings, as well as the necessary forms for annulments, divorces, etc.
Lancaster County Courthouse
50 North Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
Phone: (717) 299-8242
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You're facing a difficult situation, and we can help relieve your stress and give you confidence in your family's future. At Ciccarelli Law Offices, we ensure that every client fully understands each step of the process and each decision that is made, so they can move forward with certainty. Call us at (877) 529-2422 today to schedule your free consultation with our experienced attorneys.