Top Greensburg Collaborative Lawyers - Pennsylvania

The Law Offices of Kathleen D. Schneider, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, provides capable legal services, including income tax preparation and assistance, estate administration, drafting of wills, trusts, and powers of attorney, as well as representation in family law matters, with proficiency in same-sex issues. A CPA with years of experience in the financial industry, attorney Kathleen Schneider...

Compassionate Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney: Law Offices of Lisa Standish I am attorney Lisa Standish, and at my firm, Law Offices of Lisa Standish, I am aware of the many emotional and financial complexities of family law. My aim is to soften your anxiety and reduce your stress through education and by giving you the attention and respect you deserve. I work with a vast array of individuals who...

For experienced legal guidance on family law matters, turn to the law firm of McMorrow Law, LLC, in Wexford, Pennsylvania. Our attorneys help clients navigate difficult family law issues. We handle both traditional and collaborative divorces as well as child custody, adoptions and defense against protection from abuse (PFA) orders. We are well-equipped to handle the complexities of high net worth...

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