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Navigating The Minefields of Divorce Is Written For People Considering Divorce

Whether you are considering divorce or have questions about another legal procedure or issue affecting your family, the lawyers at Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C. have the experience and understanding to help you.

Family law is a major focus of our practice. If you have a divorce or other family law concern, contact us to set up a consultation with an attorney at our conveniently located offices in Langhorne or by phone.

Advocates for You, During and After Divorce

Divorce is more than just a difficult decision for people who have tried to make a marriage work; it also involves many legal determinations that must be made before it can be finalized. Whether the issue is child support, child custody, visitation, property settlement or spousal support (alimony or APL), you will benefit from understanding the applicable law and procedures.

At Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C., we are prepared to take a variety of approaches to divorce. Often, divorce issues can be settled amicably between the parties or through a mediation or collaborative law procedure. But if your divorce needs to go to court, our divorce lawyers will aggressively represent your interests.

After a divorce is finalized, there are often reasons to go back to court. Whether the issue is modification of the divorce decree, custody, enforcement of child support responsibilities or relocation of one parent, we have the skills to give you sound legal advice and representation.

Comprehensive Family Law In Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Family law experience doesn't stop at divorce. At Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C., we handle the full range of family law representation.

If you are seeking a protection from abuse order (PFA) or being threatened with removal of your children by Children and Youth Services (CYS) or the Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS), you shouldn't hesitate to get immediate, compassionate legal help.

Other areas of family law we practice include disputed paternity, prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, name changes, grandparent visitation, and adoption (including stepparent adoption).