Top Rated Family Law Attorneys
When your family needs help resolving a legal issue, you need to ensure you are represented by an attorney who possesses the skill, knowledge, dedication, and experience necessary to address your concerns while upholding your rights and protecting you and your child’s best interests. In addition to being chosen for the 2015 Avvo Client’s Choice Award, the trusted and respected Philadelphia family law lawyers of Sadek and Cooper Law Offices have earned a perfect “A+” rating from the Better Business Bureau. Attorney Patrick J. Cooper, Esq., is also a proud member of The Nicholas A. Cipriani American Inn of Court for lawyers who focus on family law. Clients and professional organizations alike have recognized our Pennsylvania law firm for excellence in our commitment to providing affordable, personal, quality legal representation.
Sadek & Cooper Law Offices provides high quality legal services, including Divorce and Family Law, among other legal fields to clients throughout Philadelphia, PA and surrounding areas, including, Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware Counties and Southern New Jersey. Our primary law office is conveniently located near public transportation and attractions in Center City Philadelphia, PA.
Our office offers a free consultation with a licensed attorney. At Sadek & Cooper Law Offices we understand the stress your situation may cause, therefore phone calls are promptly returned by our lawyers and professional staff. To schedule a free and confidential consultation with a lawyer regarding your legal matter please call our Philadelphia law office at (215) 814-0395. For your convenience, calls are answered 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Philadelphia Family Law Attorneys
Since our law firm’s inception in 2006; Sadek and Cooper Law Offices has practiced in all areas of family law. To best meet our client’s needs, our law firm has expanded in areas of practice and geographically from our main office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Our lawyers remain dedicated and committed to serving the legal needs of our clients who may be facing an uncertain scenario or need protection.
The attorneys of Sadek and Cooper Law Offices, from our five office locations in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, have assisted thousands of clients. We look forward to putting our experience, knowledge and dedication to work for you!
We welcome you contact our family law attorneys and schedule a free consultation to determine the best course of action for your situation.
The firm’s goal is to provide clients with personalized attention, accessibility, and support through every stage of their case. Understanding every aspect of the case allows our attorneys to deliver pioneering legal strategies.
Mr. Cooper is a caring and talented attorney. I would like to appreciate his compassion towards his clients. He solved my bankruptcy case in a neat way. His services are highly recommended.
Mr. Patrick is a wonderful person. He is very attentive and responsive to all of my phone calls and messages. My case has been closed successfully. I just wanted to thank all the attorneys in his firm. Thanks a lot.
Excellent family law attorney. Pat is an honest lawyer that gets great results by working hard and continuing the fight for his clients.
Patrick Cooper has been wonderful and very responsive to all emails and phone calls. This firm also offers payment plan installments which has helped a lot. Everyone who answers the phone, no matter what time of day or night, are all very polite and helpful. I recommend at least scheduling a consultation for whatever it is you're looking for.
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