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Founded in 2004, Williams Family Law, P.C., is a premier family law firm located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our matrimonial law firm focuses in representing clients in all aspects of family law matters. We understand the sensitive nature of life-changing circumstances such as divorce, support, custody and related matters. Our attorneys have received specialized training in areas such as mediation and collaborative law and advanced matrimonial taxation - while several of our lawyers are well-versed in criminal law.

News
June 13, 2019
Lynelle Gleason is now Certified as PA Parent Coordinator

Lynelle A. Gleason is now a trained facilitator for Pennsylvania’s new parent coordination rules for child custody, which went into effect March 1, 2019.

Blog
June 21, 2019
My Ex Won’t Pay His Share! (There’s an app for that.)

When a divorce is complete, the anger and resentment do not always end. One primary area where this explodes is with regard to paying for the children’s expenses, such as extracurricular activities and unreimbursed medical expenses. While child support is … Read More…




What's New
June 13, 2019
Lynelle Gleason is now Certified as PA Parent Coordinator

Lynelle A. Gleason is now a trained facilitator for Pennsylvania’s new parent coordination rules for child custody, which went into effect March 1, 2019.

May 31, 2019
Bob Salzer Participates in Newport Academy Workshop on Children’s Issues

Partner Robert J. Salzer participated in a panel discussion exploring the emotional, physical, legal and mental issues children are facing, and how to raise them to be resilient adults.

May 17, 2019
Melanie Wender Speaks at Family Law Institute

Attorney Melanie J. Wender was a featured speaker at the 2019 Family Law Institute, hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. She joined a panel of colleagues in presenting “Case Law, Rules & Legislative Updates.”

April 2, 2019
Susan Smith Appointed to Bucks Historical Society Board

Partner Susan J. Smith has joined the board of trustees of the Bucks County Historical Society, the private non-profit organization charged with collecting, preserving and interpreting the rich history and culture of Bucks County and the Delaware Valley region.