Knowledgeable Counsel When Your Family Needs It Most
Family law is one of the most personal areas of law. The outcome of your case can impact your family, financial security and day-to-day life. The attorneys at Haberstroh, Sullivan & George, LLP, understand the pressure you are under. We will advocate on your behalf to reduce your stress and help you find a path toward a better future.
Our team has extensive experience resolving complex family law issues. We’ll provide individualized attention throughout your case and guide you through the complexities of Pennsylvania’s legal system.
Caring And Compassionate Family Law Guidance
Our lawyers regularly assist clients with all manner of family law cases, including:
- Child custody agreements
- Visitation rights
- Paternity cases
- Property division – dividing assets and debts
- Prenuptial agreements
- Protection from abuse orders
- Child and spousal support
Our goal is to uncover a solution that meets your case goals and secures a better future for your family. We take into account both the economic and emotional impact of your case as we pursue a resolution that is in your best interests.
We will work closely with you throughout your case to ensure that we understand your goals and that you understand your possible case outcomes. Our responsive team will keep you informed and answer any questions you have throughout the process.
Flexible Appointments To Fit Your Schedule
We know that it can be difficult to deal with your case when you already have a full schedule. We offer flexible scheduling to make the process a little easier, and we will set up appointment times that are convenient for you. You can schedule after-hours appointments upon request.
Contact Us For Skilled Representation
You should not have to navigate your family law concern alone. Call Haberstroh, Sullivan & George, LLP, today to secure the skilled representation you require. Reach our Martinsburg office at 814-201-6838 or our Altoona office at 814-201-6263. You may also contact us online. To learn more, you can also visit our family law FAQ page.