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Now Let's Fight About School Districts
Parent Coordinators May Return to Pennsylvania
3 Takeaways from the ABA Family Law Section 2016 CLE Conference
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Happenings & Headlines
Bucks County Family Lawyer Volunteers with Kiwanis
Robert J. Salzer is an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Central Bucks County. Members seek to allocate money they raise to projects that assist local children and to sponsor Kiwanis-branded school leadership programs. Read more...
Williams Family Law Sponsors Buckingham Friends School Peace Run
The law firm was a Gold Sponsor of the Buckingham Friends School Peace Run. The annual event is a 5K run that supports the independent school in Bucks County. Read more...
Supporting Local Veterans at Travis Manion 9/11 Heroes Run
Williams Family Law proudly supported the Travis Manion Foundation 2016 9/11 Heroes Run, which brings together communities across the country to thank local veterans, first responders, and their families. Read more...
Robert J. Salzer Named Partner at Williams Family Law, P.C.
We are pleased to announce that Robert J. Salzer has been named a partner at Williams Family Law. Holding an LL.M in Taxation, Salzer focuses his practice on financially complex, high net worth family law matters, including divorce, alimony and spousal support, child custody litigation, and more. "Bob excels at the practice of high-stakes family law and has been an integral part of the success we've enjoyed here at Williams Family Law," said firm founder and Managing Partner Jeffrey M. Williams. Read more...
Lynelle A. Gleason Joins Williams Family Law
Pennsylvania family law attorney Lynelle A. Gleason has joined Williams Family Law. Gleason has spent her legal career in Bucks County, representing local families during some of the most trying times of their lives. She concentrates her practice primarily on family law as well as wills, estates and trusts. Read more...
Jeffrey M. Williams Speaks at PBI Seminar
Managing Partner Jeffrey M. Williams was a speaker at the annual "Family Law Practice in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery" CLE at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI). A Pennsylvania family law attorney for 35 years, Williams has been a speaker at the annual program for nearly two decades. Read more...
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Frequently Asked Questions
at Williams Family Law
Q: What is a Protection From Abuse order?
A: Protection from abuse actions, commonly known as PFAs, are designed to protect people in familial or intimate relationships from threats, harassment or injury from the other party. Read more here...
Q: Why would married couples enter postnuptial agreements?
A: There are three common reasons a married couple would enter a postnuptial agreement. Read more here...
Q: How is child support calculated?
A: Child support is calculated pursuant to the Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines. Both parents' incomes and/or earning capacities are utilized to determine the child support obligations. Read more here...
Featured Practice Area
Sometimes, a couple faces difficulties in their marriage, but may not be ready to officially file for divorce. Although there is no official status that recognizes married couples as "legally separated" in Pennsylvania, a separation agreement may be a logical option to protect the personal and financial interests of individuals who are considering a divorce.
Read more on our website about the legal details involved in seperation agreements.
Bucks County Civil War Museum & Library
As part of a Bucks County law firm, we live and work in a beautiful area in the Greater Philadelphia region. One of the jewels of Doylestown, where are our office is located, is the Bucks County Civil War Museum & Library. This museum tells the story of the county's Civil War soldiers with rare artifacts and programs. Explore the permanent exhibition and Abraham Lincoln collection to learn more about Bucks County and its residents during this fascinating time period in our nation's history.
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