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Name: Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote

Description: If a marriage is not successful, one or both spouses may consider separation or divorce. We understand that a divorce can substantially impact the lives of the couple and their family — we do our utmost to ensure that these cases are handled as compassionately and expeditiously as possible. Because for many divorcing couples this is their first foray into the legal system, we explain the details of the proceedings and assist clients through property settlements, debt division, and child custody and spousal support agreements. A typical initial meeting between our attorney and a client is often spent explaining the process and enumerating documents, such as tax returns and bank statements, which are essential to ending the marriage on an equitable basis. Once a client makes the decision to dissolve the marriage, a Family Law Group attorney will draft a pleading notifying the court and the corresponding spouse of the client’s intention. While the pleading includes information regarding what the client is seeking by way of custody, visitation, spousal support and the like, our attorneys will, in most cases, request temporary orders, setting rules that apply while the case is pending. These orders may include who remains in the family home, who is responsible for caring for the children, and who pays the bills. Whenever possible, we recommend that our clients resolve their cases by negotiating an agreement, rather than going to trial. We have found that clients value the control and the privacy afforded by a negotiated settlement — and an agreement two people arrived at jointly is more likely to be heeded than one imposed by the court. However, we are seasoned litigators and can represent clients in court should the case not be amicably resolved.

Category: Pittsburgh


Date: Apr 17, 2005

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