Seasoned Pennsylvania Family Law Attorneys Represent Parents
Dedicated Pittsburgh lawyers look out for children’s best interests
The attorneys at Feldstein Grinberg Lang & McKee, P.C. in Pittsburgh work to resolve family legal issues for parents and children in Alleghany County and throughout Pennsylvania. We look out for the overall well-being of our clients as we negotiate parenting time agreements and petition for fair child support payments. Our firm also handles all aspects of divorce, and we offer collaborative law services. Our lawyers are prepared to work diligently and meticulously to achieve the best possible results for you.
Experienced lawyers present evidence to establish and assert parental rights
We provide capable, experienced legal support across the full spectrum of family law, including:
- Adoption — If you are hoping to welcome a child into your home, we will advise you on the legal requirements of adoption, help you prepare for the required home study and provide guidance on completing all necessary paperwork.
- Guardianship — We assist in the process of obtaining a court-appointed guardian for a relative who is incapacitated to the point of being unable to make their own financial or medical decisions. This includes limited guardianships that are restricted to certain specified matters.
- Custody and visitation — Pennsylvania courts require custody arrangements to be in the best interest of the child. Whether you are seeking sole custody or joint custody, we will work to prove that you can provide a suitable home for your child We help create a workable parenting time schedule and we are fully equipped to help you in any child custody dispute that may arise.
- Child support and spousal support —We argue for the fair calculation of child support orders based on each child’s specific needs as well as each parent’s financial obligations and ability to pay. We also make sure that spousal support orders are just and equitable for our clients.
- Modifications — A custody or support order can become inadequate or unmanageable as a family’s circumstances change. If hard times or new opportunities significantly alter your needs or finances, we can petition the court for a modification to the original order.
Children fare best when their parents can interact with respect. Whenever possible, we aim to keep cases out of court by negotiating settlements with opposing counsel.
Solutions-focused attorneys seek fair division of assets and property in divorce
Alimony and property distribution agreements made during a divorce can affect your finances well into the future. Pennsylvania’s equitable distribution process calls for all property acquired during the marriage to be divided fairly. This can include real estate, automobiles, bank accounts, retirement accounts and other property, as well as debts accrued by each spouse. How property is divided is influenced by a number of factors, including each spouse’s nonmonetary contributions to the marriage. In order to seek arrangements that serve your interests, we will research and investigate both spouses’ assets and debts, including any potentially hidden sources of wealth.
If you and your spouse are able and willing to work out differences outside of court, our firm can help you with a collaborative divorce or mediation. In mediation, an impartial third party meets with both spouses and reviews all evidence, as well as each spouse’s needs and concerns, before proposing solutions. In collaborative divorce, the spouses, and their attorneys negotiate the terms of a contractual settlement with the aid of expert witnesses. By either method, the parties can avoid the rigors and uncertainties of going to trial.
Contact knowledgeable Allegheny County family law attorneys for a free case evaluation
At Feldstein Grinberg Lang & McKee, P.C. in Pittsburgh, we are committed to helping Pennsylvania families overcome their legal challenges and prepare for the future. We proudly represent clients in Allegheny County and throughout the state. To schedule a free, 15-minute case evaluation with our firm, call us at 412-436-5788 or contact us online.