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Divorce Attorney Harrisburg PA

You need a Divorce Attorney that understands what your going through as well as what steps need to be taken to get you through this event in your life.

Divorce is a tough decision. If you and your spouse are unhappy in your marriage, divorce may be the best solution. When you turn to a Divorce Attorney that understands the law as well as the emotional aspects that a divorce brings to your daily life, you can better resolve this matter and start to get your life back on track.

Call now for Free initial consultation. We can help you today. 717-737-3300

Dissolving your marriage can facilitate freedom and may be able to help you move on and enjoy your life. While divorce may be your best solution, it is not always an easy one.

You will want a Divorce attorney on your side to assist you with your case. If you are considering a divorce and want to ensure your rights will be protected, you need to contact a Divorce Attorney. that can talk with you today.  Please accept this free Divorce consultation regarding your Divorce questions.

Helping Residents in Dauphin, Cumberland & York Counties, Roy Galloway Law is your Divorce Attorney

Divorce Attorney Harrisburg PA

Pennsylvania’s Grounds for Divorce

Divorce is a complicated process that involves many steps. First, the divorcing spouse needs to file for termination of the marriage and have papers served to the other spouse. It is normally assumed that spouses are separated at the time that the papers are served. In Pennsylvania, one of the parties of the divorce must be a resident of the commonwealth for at least six months in order to file.

Mutual consent:

If both parties agree that the marriage is irretrievably broken this is quickest and simplest ground for a divorce. In Pennsylvania, the spouses must wait 90 days after serving the divorce papers before filing additional paperwork to consent to the divorce.

Irretrievably breakdown:

If the parties can prove that the marriage is irretrievably broken and that the parties have lived separately for at least two years, the couple can divorce on these grounds.

Institutionalization:

The court may grant a divorce on the grounds that insanity or serious mental disorder resulted in confinement in a mental institution of one spouse for at least 18 months prior to the divorce filing.

Fault:

The court can grant a divorce to an innocent and injured spouse when the other spouse deserts him or her for more than one year or commits adultery. Also, if the spouse committed a bigamous marriage or was physically damaging and violent to the spouse, then he or she is at fault for the breakdown of the marriage.

Other Pennsylvania Divorce Laws

In Pennsylvania, a spouse may be asked to meet with a counselor, and the court may require the couple to attend marriage counseling for a period of not less than 90 days nor more than 120 days. The court also has the right to equitably divide property in a distribution arrangement without regard to marital conduct after considering a variety of factors. The court will also determine alimony after considering a wide variety of factors that can influence these proceedings.

Facilitating Divorces in Dauphin, Cumberland & York Counties

If you intend to divorce your spouse, don’t attempt to go through this process alone. I can help you to work through every aspect of this process and safeguard your rights. Divorce is an emotional ordeal. I can handle the legal proceedings so that you can focus on improving your outlook and starting out fresh. Hire an experienced Divorce Attorney  from my firm today. Call 717-737-3700 or use our divorce consultation contact form for a free consultation.

Do It Yourself Divorce?

Many of our clients have begun the process of divorce on their own before contacting our office.  We understand that you want the best of all possible outcomes during this time in your life. The Law regarding divorce in Pennsylvania can be difficult to understand.  The documents required to submit to the court must be correct or the ruling can be less than desirable and permanent.  It is for these and many other reasons that we recommend you work with a divorce attorney in your area that can not only help you get the correct information, understand the ramifications of the paperwork involved and has the experience and knowledge from years of helping Harrisburg residents during their divorce proceedings.

If you would like to get an idea of what forms and steps you'll be taking if you go for the "DIY" divorce, click this link to the PA Courts Divorce Proceedings section of the site that covers the documents.  Additionally you can view a few of these documents by clicking the link below.

Pennsylvania Divorce Procedure

Once you've taken a minute to view the documents, call our office for a no cost consultation so we can help you better understand the importance of accurate information on these documents and how they will determine the final ruling from a Judge in your divorce case.

Call now to have the Divorce procedure in Pennsylvania explained from an experienced Divorce Attorney, the consultation is free.  Call 717-737-3700 for immediate assistance in your divorce case.

"I like that Attorney Galloway did what 2 other attorneys wouldn't do. He was persistent. He made himself available to answer any and all questions and his fees were reasonable. Mr. Galloway was upfront and honest whether I like or agree with his answer. Thanks Attorney Galloway for seeing me through and completing a process that others could not. Thank you!"

From S.G., Harrisburg, PA

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