A Reputation for Legal Skill, Honesty and Client Focus
Our attorneys at our firm are intently focused on family law, and all contribute daily to our reputation throughout Bucks County for caring, capable legal work. We receive many referrals from satisfied clients and other lawyers who know anyone working with us can depend on honest legal guidance and a genuine emphasis on getting positive results as efficiently as possible.
Representing Men and Women Across the Cultural Spectrum
At The Law Offices of Jennifer Courtney & Associates, P.C., we deal with a wide range of difficult legal issues that may impact your family. We handle divorces for people in all types of circumstances, from working-class families to cases involving corporate CEOs and business owners. No property division or custody case is too complex, and you will receive our best effort whether your divorce can be settled by skillful negotiation or requires aggressive litigation in the courtroom.
We will help you make educated decisions and reach a resolution on difficult issues such as child custody/visitation, alimony and complex property division. At every phase of your case, your attorney will communicate actively with you and keep you informed of progress and decisions that need to be made. We take pride in responding quickly to our clients, and we accept credit card payments for your convenience.
Call 215-493-3360 Today to Discuss Your Legal Issues
From Bensalem to Newtown, from Philadelphia to Washington Crossing, we strive to be a trusted, empathetic resource for people facing divorce and a full range of family law issues. Our lawyers treat you with respect, aiming to do justice to your personal, financial and emotional needs as well as your legal objectives. Please contact us today for the legal counsel you need to get through a challenging, stressful time.
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