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In matters of family law in Montgomery County, PA, it's best not to try to figure things out on your own. If you have a family law case, contact an experienced family law lawyer in Montgomery County at DiFiore Levin for a free face-to-face consultation. We'll go over the details of your case with you and advise you on what might be the best course of action for you. Each family law case is different, so we can't tell you what to do until we know more about your situation. Be sure to bring any legal paperwork with you to your consultation.
Family Law is Designed to Protect Children Above All Else
Family law isn't as cut and dry as criminal law. When it comes to family law, judges are given much more leeway to make rulings that protect the best interests of a child. That's really what family court is all about - protecting the best interests of the children - or so it's supposed to be.
When it comes to protecting the best interests of children, there are many things that a court must take into consideration, and again, these factors vary from case to case. Judges will always consider things like child safety and well-being, CPS involvement, preferences of the child, parent compliance with current and previous court orders, and other factors depending on the nature of the case.
Don't Go it Alone because DiFiore Levin Can Help
As a parent, you want what's best for your children, but the other parent may not agree with you about what's best. Whether you have a current court order that you think should be modified or are seeking a remedy from the family court for the first time, DiFiore Levin Law can help.
DiFiore Levin Law can help you in many ways when it comes to family court. The last thing you should do is try to represent yourself. With family law cases, there's a lot at stake, and that's why you shouldn't leave anything to chance. Even if the truth is on your side, you might very well still not get the results you want and that you believe are in the best interests of your child. A tiny error, like the incomplete or incorrect filing of a motion, can postpone your case for months or even cause you to lose your case altogether.
Get the Legal Counsel You Need to Win Your Family Law Case
If you've ever tried to contact the courthouse to ask what papers to file, when to file them, or where to file them, or have asked them any other question about your case, you get the same standard answer: "We're not allowed to give you legal advice." "But I'm not asking for legal advice. I'm just asking how to fill the form out," you respond. "Sorry," the voice on the other end says, "I can't give you legal advice, or I can lose my job." Save yourself the frustration and contact DiFiore Levin Law. We can and will give you legal advice about family law in Montgomery County, PA.