Family Law Attorney: Montgomery, Chester, Berks

When you have reached a point where you need legal advice for a family law issue, call OWM Law. Our family law attorney team is comprised of experienced litigators, negotiators and skilled counselors when it comes to the complexities of family law. We have substantial qualifications and practical experience in handling domestic issues including divorcecustodychild and spousal support, division of assets, alimony, adoption, termination of parental rights, child neglect, and protection from abuse. We have a keen understanding of the emotional disruptions these issues have on all family members and will guide and represent you through the process.

How We Can Help You

Many times, family situations have escalated to a point where immediate legal action is required. When you contact OWM Law to discuss a legal matter with an experienced family law attorney, come prepared, as in most cases some legal advice can be given immediately. Your representation begins with the initial conference, and the more information you have at that meeting, the more we can educate you on the law, your rights, and best and worst case scenarios. We can also begin to address potential legal strategies. Are you seeking a family law attorney in the Montgomery, Chester or Berks County area? Contact OWM Law to speak with an attorney who will help you make informed decisions that are best for the emotional and financial health of you and your family members. Should you be interested in a less confrontational method than the traditional court approach, OWM Law also offers attorneys trained in Mediation.

Call 610-323-2800 to speak with a family law attorney today.

Getting Started

Start to arm yourself with the tools you need to prepare your case. This website offers solid information and basic resources to help you get a better understanding of your legal process. We will guide you through the rest. The successful pursuit of a divorcecustody or support case begins with documentation and information. The Domestic Relations Organizer is a good place to start. It requests basic information necessary for pursuing divorce or custody support. 

Why You Need a Family Law Attorney

  • Getting a divorce – The family law attorneys at OWM Law are here to guide you through the divorce process. We are dedicated to keeping the financial and emotional costs of divorce low. Click here to view our divorce FAQ page.
  • Making child custody decisions – We always put your child’s best interest first. Our experienced family law attorneys can give you the legal guidance you need to make the best child custody decisions.
  • Spousal and Child Support – OWM Law has a deep understanding and knowledge of the child and spousal support guidelines. Do you have questions about child and spousal support? Contact us or click here to view our FAQ page.
  • The Mediation process – If you’re planning a divorce, you might want to consider the mediation process. The family law attorneys at OWM Law strongly support mediation and have had a lot of success with it in the past.
  • Paying alimony – Facing a divorce? Then you probably have questions about alimony.Turn to the family law attorneys at OWM Law for assistance with alimony payments.

Domestic Violence

If you do not know where to turn - start here. Under the Pennsylvania Protection from Abuse Act, there are people who can immediately help men and women in physically abusive relationships.

Berks County:
Berks Women in Crisis
Reading, PA 19601
Hotline (610) 372-9540

Chester County:
Domestic Violence Center of Chester County, Inc.
West Chester, PA 19381
Hotline (610) 431-3546

Montgomery County:
Women's Center of Montgomery County
Pottstown (610) 970-7363
Norristown (610) 279-1548
Hotline 1-800-773-2424

What is Considered ‘Domestic Violence’ in Pennsylvania?

According to the Protection from Abuse Act, domestic violence includes acts such as attempting to or intentionally causing bodily injury, rape, sexual assault and false imprisonment. Click here to view a more detailed rundown of the main provisions contained in the Protection from Abuse Act, or contact a family law attorney with further questions.