WFL Practice

At Williams Family Law, P.C., we bring broad and deep experience in divorce/partnership matters and custody law. Whether you are seeking assistance with divorce or child custody related issues, preparing for marriage or making plans for a domestic partnership or cohabitation, our family lawyers are available to provide you with experienced matrimonial and family law legal representation in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and surrounding areas.

While we are family law attorneys best known for our litigation experience, our attorneys have also received specialized training in areas such as mediation and advanced matrimonial taxation. For the convenience of our clients, several of our lawyers also are well-versed in criminal law and estate planning, and are able to assist in these additional areas as necessary. You can learn more about specific areas of practice below. To discuss any of these matters with an experienced family lawyer, please contact our office.

Family and Matrimonial Law

Getting married and starting a family can be one of the most exciting times in your life; ending a marriage can affect your finances, living situation, relationships, and even your mental and emotional well-being. We understand the sensitive nature of these life-changing circumstances and are committed to helping you through these challenging times, providing with some of the highest-quality matrimonial and family law legal representation in Bucks County.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution/Family Law Mediation

In some divorce cases, you may be able to reduce expenses and alleviate a great deal of emotional stress by resolving your issues through alternative dispute resolution (ADR). While our firm is well known for its successful litigation strategies, we have successfully guided many individuals and families through the process of mediation.

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Criminal Law

There are few things more serious than being charged with a criminal offense. Having a knowledgeable defense attorney with experience in criminal prosecution and law enforcement can make all the difference.

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Wills and Estates

Estate planning helps to ensure that your assets and estate are administered and distributed pursuant to your directive, particularly in the case of divorce, when a former partner is no longer a part of your financial future.

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