Pennsylvania has structured their Divorce and Property Settlement laws to ensure that both parties receive a fair and equitable Divorce and Division of the Marital Assets. Pennsylvania now recognizes no fault and consentual Divorce. It has become increasingly important to recover your fair portion of the marital estate. At the Law Offices of Niels C Eriksen Jr, we fight for everything that our clients are entitled to in any Property Settlement Matter. We use experts to find and evaluate every marital asset, hire investigators to uncover hidden and secret assets of a party, and fight that our clients receive Maximum recovery of their portion of the marital estate.
Our areas of practice include Criminal Defense, DUI, Drunk Driving, Drug Offenses, Sex Crimes, Robbery, Theft Offenses, Retail Theft, Criminal Litigation, Trial Lawyer, Traffic Offenses, Expungements, Juvenile Law, Personal Injury, Family Law, Civil Litigation, and all Felonies and Misdemeanors.
Our Attorneys practice in Bucks County, Montgomery County, and the Philadelphia Area, including: Bristol (19007), Levittown (19054, 19055, 19056), Morrisville (19067), Croydon (19021), Falls Township (19030), Bensalem (19020), Warminster (18974), Yardley (19067), Doylestown (18901), Newtown (18940), Richboro (18954), Langhorne (19047), Middletown (19047), Warwick (18976), and throughout the Five County Philadelphia Area
At the Law Offices of Niels C Eriksen Jr, our firm is unique by applying our 15 years of Criminal Defense and Trial Litigation experience and adapting it to the Family Law Court. We are available to handle all of your Custody, Divorce, Child Support, Equitable Distribution, Alimony, Spousal Support, and Property Settlement actions.
Custody and Divorce cases are highly emotional which require an experienced attorney who will promptly address your concerns and answer your questions. Our firm takes pride in our customer service and personal attention to your family law matters.
In 2011, Pennsylvania changed their Child Custody Laws to incorporate 15 child custody factors that the Court must consider when determining custody. Courts must analyze every case toward the best interest of the Child, but the following Custody Factors must be considered (23 Pa.C.S.A. 5328):
The new child custody factors have had an incredible impact on Court's awarding custody. The Court MUST apply each factor to your custody case, detail each factor it considered, and explain the reasoning behind each factor in any award of custody.
If you are preparing for a child custody dispute, familiarize yourself with these factors, and contact our firm immediately (215) 750-8010