The following issues are often discussed in a mediation involving a separation or a divorce. Please bring any relevant information with you to the mediation to help with decisions (i.e., information regarding bills, debts, value of assets, retirement plans, insurance, etc.). Parenting Arrangements: Legal Custody(who makes major decisions about the children regarding education, religion, and…

Family Law Corp. is honored to announce that Lori A. Walker, Esquire has been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star in the practice area of Family Law in Philadelphia Magazine’s June 2017 Issue. The selection process is conducted by an independent firm that determines which lawyers in Pennsylvania have attained a high degree of…

Picking a Top Pennsylvania Divorce Attorney for your Divorce or Custody Needs If you are going through a family law, divorce or custody dispute, Family Law Corp. understands how difficult and emotional of a process this can be for you.  You need an experienced attorney who will work with you by your side and on…

Collaborative Divorce Provides Amicable Divorce Options Collaborative Divorce allows spouses to be individually represented by their own divorce lawyers and work together to amicably resolve their issues with the goal of avoiding courtroom litigation. You and your spouse will each hire your own lawyers and work with your lawyers and each other to collaboratively resolve…

It is a form of alternative dispute resolution, which is used to work out divorce, post divorce, or separation issues. Typically, in this kind of process, a third party known as the mediator, assists the couple to negotiate a settlement. Some of the issues that can be handled by the mediator are custody, time-sharing, alimony,…

It is difficult to make a realistic estimate of the total fee even when we know what issues are contested, the intensity of the parties’ feelings, and the complexity of the issues. If the parties want to settle, make compromises, and end the matter quickly, they can do so. If the parties do not trust…

Divorce Process in Pennsylvania It used be that a divorce could not be granted unless there were fault grounds. Those days have passed and we now have no-fault divorces. Parties can still choose to divorce on fault grounds for reasons of adultery, abandonment; however, it can be very expensive due to the litigious nature of…

Length of Divorce or Custody Case It is difficult at the outset of a lawsuit to foresee how long it will take to complete a divorce or custody case. We are better able to give you an estimated time range later when we understand more clearly what is at issue. The time involved is primarily…

Lori A. Walker, has been named a top Philadelphia attorney in the field of family law and divorce, by Super Lawyers, a nationally-recognized peer rating service of attorneys with no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state being recognized as rising stars. To see more, click here.

Top Rated Family Law Attorney Lori A. Walker, Top Philadelphia divorce attorney, has been named to the “National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40” list.  Each year, the top 100 trial lawyers from each state are given the opportunity to nominate young, up-and-coming lawyers to the Top 40 Under 40. Inclusion in the Top 40…

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