Divorce can be hard on children, but it can also be difficult for the parents. This is especially true when there is a conflict of interest as to who should obtain physical and legal custody of children during the dissolution of a marriage. Eastern PA area clients who are facing divorce and an upcoming custody case are encouraged to seek the assistance of a family law attorney to protect their rights as a parent and ensure they get appropriate time with the children after the legal divorce.
Attorney Jack A. Rounick of Norristown is a family law attorney who works with clients on a number of family and financial issues and problems including:
- Child support determination and modification
- Spousal support
- Legal custody of children
- Physical custody of children
- Reduced or improved custody time
Attorney Jack A. Rounick has helped many clients through the court system and worked hard to ensure appropriate time with children. He understands the complications which can arise in custody and divorce cases and can provide step-by-step assistance through the process to ensure all goes well.
Many of these cases can become messy, complicated, and may negatively affect the children through the process. This is why Attorney Jack A. Rounick works closely with his clients to make proper decisions based on the best interest of the children. Most custody issues are handled outside of the courtroom and are resolved with the help of professionals. However, when issues cannot be settled, it is essential that clients have a professional they know and trust to help them through the court hearings and get them the time they deserve with their children.
If you live in the Eastern PA area and are seeking protection with a quality attorney, contact the Law Offices of Jack A. Rounick, LLC today to schedule a consultation visit. During this initial appointment, clients can discuss their current legal situation and speak to a professional to gain knowledge on the best way to pursue their rights through the court system and find success in and out of the courtroom.