Family Law


Our dedicated family law attorneys know how to navigate the financial and legal implications of divorce, custody, asset division, adoption and more. When decisions affect children and families for years to come, they require the guidance and advice of professionals who have experience, knowledge and compassion. Our award-winning attorneys have decades of experience representing clients with the highest standards of professionalism and responsiveness.

Weber Gallagher attorneys handle all domestic relations matters, including divorce, custody and visitation, alternative-family issues, alimony and property division, adoptions, child abuse and spousal/child support. We understand the tumultuous time of divorce and make every effort to provide stability for family members by achieving results in the most efficient manner.

We focus on providing each of our clients with accessibility, professionalism and responsiveness to all matters. Our group counsels clients on efficient and innovative ways to settle disputes always keeping in mind that we are committed to minimizing the emotional difficulties in connection with our practice, particularly in custody matters.

Our attorneys seek to resolve issues by agreements, but if it is necessary to go to court the attorneys have many years of trial and appellate experience. Our attorneys use alternative dispute resolution and have experience in the division of pensions, stock and real estate.

Weber Gallagher Family Law attorneys are recognized as thought leaders in the field and frequently publish and speak on family law issues in the region and around the country. They are well respected by their peers and hold leadership roles in legal organizations and on boards. They have also been recognized with awards given by professional organizations. 

Our experienced Family Law Practice looks forward to working with you to efficiently solve your matters. If you are considering divorce, have custody and visitation questions, or need assistance with a current case, contact our office at 610.272.5555. We are ready to assist and answer any questions.

Divorce & Asset Division

Navigating a divorce can be a delicate time and having knowledgeable attorneys throughout the whole process is key. Our attorneys work closely with each client to provide a tailored approach to their divorce. We strive to provide the best outcome for those seeking a divorce, by reaching an agreement on financial issues including alimony, property division, custody, and other marital assets.

Our practice is equipped to handle both routine and complex cases. We are experienced in representing many high-profile clients, including corporate executives, entertainers, entrepreneurs and professionals and are accustomed to protecting client confidentiality and helping manage publicity as a result of marital or family law issues.

Our attorneys regularly analyze complex financial issues and work with forensic accountants, appraisers and other professionals to accurately evaluate assets including businesses. Our skilled attorneys regularly work with clients to draft prenuptial, postnuptial and protection from abuse agreements and counsel clients on avoiding the emotional and financial drains of litigation. If an agreement is unattainable, our lawyers call on our extensive trial and appellate experience.

If you need assistance, please, contact our office at 610.272.5555. We are ready to assist and answer any questions.

Child Custody, Child Support & Visitation

Child support, child custody and visitation can come in requests from a number of parties, including mothers, fathers, grandparents, and other family members, Our attorneys are well-equipped to handle all these situations. We believe that each case is unique, and we work to create a plan that fits every circumstance that might arise.

Our dedicated attorneys have handled the traditional divorce child custody cases, relocation request, enforcements, among other issues. In working with our family law practice, clients will be provided with a comprehensive idea of what to expect through any process involving child custody, support or visitation. We are committed to working with our clients to provide an outcome that is child-focused and in the best interest for all involved parties.

Parents are obligated to provide financial support for a child until that child reach 18 years old or graduates high school, whichever occurs last. Drawing on decades of experience, our attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of support guidelines and use that to provide realistic expectations on what to expect. We look to experts to supplement any necessary information including items like tax issues.

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