Williams Family Law, P.C.
Phone: 215-340-2207
Family Law / Matrimonial Law
Family plays a vital role in the lives of many people. While forming a new family can be one of the most exciting times in a person’s life, ending a marriage can affect the finances, living situation, personal relationships and the mental and emotional well-being of all family members. Our attorneys understand the sensitive nature of these life-changing circumstances and are committed to helping clients during these challenging times.

Whether you are seeking assistance with divorce or child custody related issues, preparing for marriage or making plans for a domestic partnership or cohabitation, Williams Family Law, P.C., is available to provide you with the highest-quality matrimonial and family law legal representation in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our firm focuses its practice on matrimonial and family law to ensure that we are able to provide specialized and effective legal representation to individuals and families. With decades of experience and extensive local knowledge, we provide legal assistance in the following areas: 

Our practice at Williams Family Law centers on four core principles: experienced guidance, compassionate advice, powerful advocacy and knowledge of the local courts and attorneys while seeking the forums and solutions most suited to each client’s individual needs.

To discuss any of the above family law matters with an experienced family lawyer, please contact our office.

Williams Family Law Firm and Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers in America 2019
Salzer Presents at Bucks County Bar Association Annual Bench Bar Conference
September 24, 2018
Shauna Quigley Joins Williams Family Law
August 8, 2018
Jeff Williams Discusses “Double Dipping” in Divorce At Pennsylvania Bar Association Summer Meeting
July 27, 2018
Williams Family Law Attorneys Named 2018 Super Lawyers
June 4, 2018Jeff Williams to Participate in CLE on Drug and Alcohol Issues in Civil Litigation
May 11, 2018Smith, Salzer Present at PA Bar Family Law Section Winter Meeting
January 29, 2018Williams Family Law Partner Co-Authors Book on Divorce
August 17, 2017Bucks County Divorce Attorney Discusses Family Law on Impact Makers Radio
July 5, 2017Bucks County Family Law Attorney Susan J. Smith Named Among Ten Leaders in Divorce Law
June 12, 2017Jeffrey M. Williams Organizes AAML PA Spring Retreat
April 17, 2017Williams Family Law Welcomes Attorney Melanie J. Wender
July 18, 2016Divorce Attorney Jeffrey M. Williams Named Secretary American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
July 18, 2013Bucks County Family Law Firm Williams Family Law Ranked as U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers 2013 'Best Law Firm'
November 2012
Events & Presentations
Family Lawyer Jeffrey M. Williams Presents at Pennsylvania Bar Institute
September 9, 2014Family Lawyer Jeffrey M. Williams to Speak at Pennsylvania Bar Institute
September 8, 2014Divorce Attorney Jeffrey M. Williams Speak at Advanced Matrimonial Litigation Symposium on Valuing Marital Assets
September 5, 2013
  • Jeffrey M. Williams
  • Susan J. Smith
  • Robert J. Salzer
  • Lynelle A. Gleason
  • Melanie J. Wender
  • Shauna L. Quigley
    Frequently Asked Questions
  • My ex-spouse and I share custody of my children. Can we both claim them as dependents on our income tax returns?
  • I just filed for divorce. Can I move out with my kids immediately?
  • I helped to raise my stepchild and now my spouse and I are divorcing. Do I have any custodial rights to my non-biological child?
  • I have strong feelings about which school I want my child to attend, but my ex-spouse doesn’t agree with me. Can I enroll my child in the school of my choice without my ex-spouse’s consent?
  • What is a Protection From Abuse order?
  • Why would married couples enter postnuptial agreements?
  • When can a grandparent seek partial physical or supervised custody of a grandchild?
  • My children want to live with me and not my spouse. Are they allowed to make that decision?
  • Can I move to another state with my children?
  • What is the difference between legal custody and physical custody?
  • Now that my spouse and I are separated, how am I going to afford health insurance and other medical expenses?
  • How is child support calculated?