Williams Family Law, P.C.
Phone: 215-340-2207
A divorce is one of the most difficult experiences in a person’s life. Although no one enters a marriage anticipating it will end in divorce, situations can change and couples may grow apart. While divorce may be the best option, it can still be an overwhelming process. Divorce becomes even more complex when children are involved or when the marriage involves high income or valuable assets. In a divorce proceeding, spouses tend to have different ideas regarding alimony, alimony pendente lite (“APL”)/spousal support , child support, child custody, and how to fairly allocate their assets and liabilities. When filing for divorce, it is essential to obtain competent and experienced legal representation.

Our Value: Preserving Your Best Interests During Divorce in Bucks County

At Williams Family Law, P.C., we are dedicated towards supporting our clients during the divorce process so they can begin rebuilding their lives and their families. For decades, Bucks County, Pennsylvania-area families have relied on our professional, effective, and creative legal representation during divorce proceedings. We have been recognized for our extensive experience as Bucks County family law attorneys, our proficient knowledge of the local courts, and our strong record of success.

Divorce, or even separation, is often an intricate process consisting of numerous legal issues that must be resolved. At Williams Family Law, we are able to help you address and resolve many divorce concerns, including:

At Williams Family Law, our lawyers work with each client to define his/her goals and consider any potential obstacles in getting exactly what you are entitled to pursuant to Pennsylvania law. We address potential concerns such as parental rights, custody, asset protection and distribution of marital property. Attorneys at our firm also have strong working relationships with experts throughout Bucks County including psychiatrists, psychologists, financial planners and forensic accountants.

We realize that divorce is a stressful process. While our firm is well known for our divorce litigation experience, in certain cases, it may be faster, less adversarial and often less expensive to pursue an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) method during a divorce proceeding. Our family law attorneys have received specialized training in areas such as arbitration, collaborative law and mediation. We work with each of our clients to determine the most efficient and effective divorce method for them.

Williams Family Law is committed to educating you throughout the entire divorce process, protecting your rights, answering your questions, and helping you to arrive at decisions about divorce and related matters.

Contact Us to Resolve Your Divorce Issues in Bucks County

We are committed to helping families resolve difficult issues related to divorce. To discuss your divorce matters with an experienced family law attorney, please contact our office.

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, 2018
Williams Family Law Partner Co-Authors Book on Divorce
August 17, 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
Divorce is Declining Among Millennials
November 27, 2018
What are the Divorce Statistics in Pennsylvania?
October 30, 2018
Child Support Guidelines Vary Widely State to State
September 26, 2018
  • Jeffrey M. Williams
  • Susan J. Smith
  • Robert J. Salzer
  • Lynelle A. Gleason
  • Melanie J. Wender
  • Shauna L. Quigley
    Frequently Asked Questions
  • My spouse wants to mediate our divorce matter. Should I agree?
  • What is important to consider when choosing a divorce attorney?
  • What is equitable distribution?
  • What are the grounds for divorce in Pennsylvania?
  • Why doesn't the court care about my spouse doing (fill in the blank) three years before I filed for divorce?
  • While I was on vacation my spouse decided he wanted a divorce and moved out of our house. He rented a moving truck and took a lot of our furniture and personal property with him. Can he do this?
  • One of my friends just told me that her divorce took several years to finalize. Is this how long it usually takes?
  • My spouse just told me he wants a divorce but I want to try to save our marriage. Can I make him go to marriage counseling?
  • My spouse moved out of the house when he filed for divorce. Can I change the locks and alarm code so he can’t get in?
  • My father passed away five years ago and I received a large inheritance. Is my spouse entitled to any of this inheritance as part of a divorce action?
  • My children want to live with me and not my spouse. Are they allowed to make that decision?
  • How is child support calculated?
  • What types of assets are divided in a divorce?
  • What factors influence the division of marital property?
  • 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?
  • 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 just filed for divorce. Can I move out with my kids immediately?
  • My spouse will not consent to a divorce simply to avoid paying alimony. Can the court grant me a divorce without mutual consent?
  • Is my prenuptial agreement still valid if I caught my spouse cheating?
  • My ex-spouse and I share custody of my children. Can we both claim them as dependents on our income tax returns?