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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
October 23, 2019
Williams Family Law Sponsors the 2019 Travis Manion Foundation 9/11 Heroes Run

Williams Family Law again supported the annual "9/11 Heroes Run" on Sunday, September 29th. The event is hosted by the Travis Manion Foundation, an organization committed to the support of veterans, survivors and first responders.

Blog
November 8, 2019
Parental Alienation – Still a Thing?

Divorce can have many repercussions. But can divorce cause a child to become alienated from a parent? With the right mix of factors, it certainly can. Back in 2001, this topic was addressed in “The Alienated Child, A Reformulation of … Read More…




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October 23, 2019
Williams Family Law Sponsors the 2019 Travis Manion Foundation 9/11 Heroes Run

Williams Family Law again supported the annual "9/11 Heroes Run" on Sunday, September 29th. The event is hosted by the Travis Manion Foundation, an organization committed to the support of veterans, survivors and first responders.

September 23, 2019
Salzer Presents CLE at the Shore

Robert J. Salzer of Williams Family Law, P.C. was a featured presenter recently at “Riding the Waves of Life: Divorce, Custody, and Support in an Ever-Changing World,” at the “CLE Down the Shore” event hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.

 

August 28, 2019
Williams Family Law Attorneys Named to 2020 Best Lawyers in America

Four attorneys from Williams Family Law, P.C. have been selected for the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers in America, the oldest peer-review publication in the legal profession.

Susan Smith Article: Does Christmas Have to Be on December 25th?

Susan J. Smith recently authored an article for The Legal Intelligencer, the oldest law journal in the United States. "Does Christmas Have to Be on December 25th? Custody Strategies for a Better Life," was published in the newspaper's special section on Family Law on July 16, 2019.