Camp Hill Divorce Law Firm for Men Dedicated to Helping You Get on With the Rest of Your Life
Guiding men through the divorce process in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Cumberland County and Perry County
Divorce is tough on everyone involved. It often happens, though, that wives get the lion’s share of sympathy and husbands are left looking like the bad guys. That’s why I decided to offer help to men getting divorced in Harrisburg, Carlisle, New Bloomfield and throughout South Central PA.
As intimidating as the process may be, The Guy’s Attorney takes a straightforward approach to divorce. You get an honest assessment of your situation. You get the information you need to make good decisions. And you get to take the first important step toward getting on with your life.
Focused on family law for men
With 40 to 50 percent of first marriages, and nearly 60 percent of second marriages, ending in divorce in the United States, the range of issues and concerns each couple may face is enormous. You and your spouse might have agreed that it is time to end the marriage but still have very different opinions when it comes to deciding who keeps the house, with whom the kids should live or what is a fair amount of support or alimony.
The Guy’s Attorney narrows his focus to the particular concerns of husbands and fathers that come up during divorce. And working with an established divorce law firm for men practicing in Harrisburg, Carlisle, and surrounding PA communities gives you the advantage of understanding Pennsylvania’s specific divorce guidelines governing:
- The two types of divorce
- Uncontested divorce for couples who do not have any disputes over child support, custody, property or financial matters
- Contested divorce, the more normal situation in which the couple does not agree on issues involving child support, custody, property, support and other financial matters
- Equitable distribution of marital assets and debts, determined using such factors as:
- Length of marriage
- Age of each party
- Income of each party
- Amount of non-marital assets
- Prenuptial agreements
- Standard of living during the marriage
As an experienced Harrisburg separation lawyer, I work diligently to negotiate agreements and offer vigorous representation if it becomes necessary to go to court. The Guy’s Attorney is always on your side.
Protecting your rights as a dad
Working closely with divorcing fathers for more than 25 years, I fully understand the emotional, as well as the legal, aspects of child custody disputes. I have seen many cases where fathers’ wishes are disregarded or given less consideration than the mothers’. And if domestic violence issues are an alleged factor in the divorce, custody can be radically affected. You need immediate and vigorous representation if you are faced with a Protection from Abuse (PFA) order to ensure that it does not compromise your custody efforts.
I am a South Central PA fathers’ rights legal custody lawyer practicing in Harrisburg, Carlisle, New Bloomfield and surrounding PA communities. I am dedicated to easing your fears and protecting your rights because I recognize that:
- Both parents play vital roles in their children’s lives.
- Either parent may be the best choice as the primary custodian of a child.
- An important decision like custody cannot be allowed to be gender-biased.
The Guy’s Attorney can make an enormous difference in the outcome of your case and help you avoid needlessly expensive litigation, financial penalties and, most importantly, the loss of your fundamental rights as a dad.
Contact a dedicated Camp Hill divorce law firm for men serving Harrisburg, PA
Going through a divorce can be an extremely difficult experience. And a particular challenge for men. If you are contemplating divorce or seeking custody of your children, I can help. I’m glad to put my experience to use in seeing you through a confusing and often intimidating process. Call The Guy’s Attorney at 717-412-0244 or contact us online. Our office is conveniently located just off Market Street in Camp Hill – just a 10 minute drive from Harrisburg.