Family Law – Bucks & Montgomery County, PA

When you married your spouse, it is likely that you did not anticipate building a life together that would ultimately end in divorce. The end of a marriage can be one of the most devastatingly emotional experiences one could face. It is essential to your future that you retain an experienced attorney who will look out for the best interests of you and your children.

Choose a Compassionate Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody Attorney.

At Penglase & Benson, Inc., we understand the situation you face. Drawing on 65 years of combined legal experience, we are able to help guide our clients to the best outcome possible. We do so by educating our clients on the available options so that they can make educated decisions.

Our family law attorneys serving Bucks & Montgomery County, PA are well-equipped to help individuals navigate the following areas of family law:

  • Contested and uncontested divorce
  • Child custody and child support
  • Alimony or spousal support
  • Defending or litigating orders of protection
  • Adoption
  • Name changes
  • Child custody and support modifications
  • Equitable distribution
  • Collaborative law

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We are conveniently located on North Main Street in Doylestown, PA - just a short walk from the Bucks County Courthouse. You can find parking in a nearby garage or on the street. We are easily accessible by train, bus and via Route 611 or Route 313. Contact Penglase & Benson for a consultation today.

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Why You Need a Family Law Attorney

If you’re getting divorced – Going through a divorce can be a difficult and messy process—especially if you have children. A family law attorney can advocate for you and help you reach the best possible outcome. Visit our divorce page to learn more about how our family law attorneys can help you.

Child support and custody – As mentioned above, a divorce changes the lives of your children. It’s critical to lean on the guidance of family law attorney when going through the child support and custody process.

Equitable Distribution – Unlike some states, Pennsylvania doesn’t automatically distribute marital properly evenly. The length of the marriage, income and custody are just a few of the factors that determine how things end up being distributed. Our family law attorneys are experienced with equitable distribution process and can deliver a beneficial outcome