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How Can Sadek & Cooper Legal Offices Help You?
At Sadek and Cooper Law Offices, our trusted and respected family law lawyers bring decades of legal experience to every matter we handle. We are proud to serve mothers, fathers, spouses, children, grandparents, and adoptive parents in communities throughout Delaware County, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Cameron County, and the Philadelphia metropolitan area. To arrange for a confidential legal consultation, call Sadek and Cooper at (215) 814-0395. We will keep your family’s information confidential.
Experienced Family Law Attorneys Serving Pennsylvania
Backed by extensive experience and guided by an unwavering commitment to protecting our clients’ best interests, our dedicated team of attorneys is equipped with the skill and acuity to handle a wide range of family law cases and intra-familial conflicts and disputes, including but not limited to:
- Alimony and Spousal Support
- Child Custody Disputes
- Child Support Disputes
- Division of Debts and Assets
- Enforcement of Child Support Orders
- Enforcement of Custody and Visitation Orders
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Legal Separation
- Parenting Time
- Postnuptial Agreements
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Property Division
- Protection from Abuse (PFA) Orders
- Termination of Parental Rights
Whether you have been served with divorce papers, need assistance resolving a contentious custody dispute, are looking for help with the Pennsylvania adoption process, or simply have questions about the benefits of making a prenuptial agreement before you get married, you can turn to the Philadelphia family attorneys of Sadek and Cooper Law Offices for compassionate and comprehensive legal support.
Child Custody Disputes
The involvement of minor children in divorce cases can greatly complicate the legal considerations for the parents. No mother or father wants to relinquish time with their precious son or daughter, and it is fairly common for divorces to become contentious when a child custody dispute arises.
Divorcing parents in Pennsylvania have the opportunity to create their own custody plan, which may be accepted if its terms do not violate any laws or endanger the child’s health or safety. However, if you and your spouse cannot agree on a plan independently, the family courts may be forced to intervene and impose a decision.
Though family courts generally attempt to grant joint custody where feasible, custody determinations are ultimately guided by a single standard above all others: protecting and preserving the child’s best interests. This means ensuring the child has access to resources and lives in the environment best suited to allow the child to thrive. In cases where one parent is an “unfit parent” due to issues like substance abuse, child abuse, child neglect, or abandonment, our Philadelphia custody dispute attorneys can assist with the termination of parental rights.
When you retain the legal services of Sadek and Cooper, you can rest assured that our aggressive Delaware County custody lawyers will fight vigorously to protect your parental rights as a father or mother. We have experience representing both custodial and non-custodial parents, and are prepared to handle a wide array of legal matters related to child custody in Pennsylvania, including but not limited to:
- Joint Custody
- Legal Custody
- Petitions to Modify Custody
- Physical Custody
- Sole Custody
- Temporary Custody Orders
- Visitation Rights
It’s seldom easy to confront major changes within your family, but you won’t have to embark on the process alone. The skilled attorneys of Sadek and Cooper will be there to provide support, guidance, and robust legal representation. Please do not hesitate to call our law offices at (215) 814-0395 to learn more about how we can assist your family in a completely confidential legal consultation.