William Kirby Law is a boutique family law firm with two convenient office locations - our main office in Moorestown (NJ) and an additional office in Philadelphia (PA) - practicing exclusively in matrimonial law. We offer exceptional representation to New Jersey families in Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Mercer Counties. We also provide dedicated service to Pennsylvania clients across Bucks, Philadelphia, Delaware, and Montgomery Counties.
William Kirby, Esq.
B.S., U.S. Naval Academy
J.D., Duke University Law School
Philadelphia Divorce Attorney
Serving Burlington, Gloucester, Camden, Bucks, Montgomery, and Other Surrounding Counties
Going through the divorce process takes an emotional toll on everyone, including you, your spouse, and your children. There are many steps and issues to take into consideration as well, from child custody to alimony, not to mention laws that apply specifically to the state of Pennsylvania. That’s where our family law attorney steps in. At William Kirby Law, Family Law Attorneys, our Philadelphia divorce attorney prioritizes client needs so they can move through the divorce process swiftly and receive a fresh start.
Why You Should Hire a Family Law Attorney
Though you may think you’re able to handle the details of your divorce on your own, the process can prove emotionally draining and complicated. By involving an objective party, you can take a weight off your shoulders. We understand your situation and have the experience to help you make informed decisions. You can trust our Philadelphia-based law firm to manage the difficult details of your case so you can start rebuilding your life as soon as possible.
Call us at (215) 515-9901 or contact us online to schedule your appointment today. We’re pleased to offer same-day appointments for your convenience. Also serving Bucks, Montgomery, and Delaware Counties.
Areas of PracticeFamily Law
Important things to keep in mind when choosing the right person to represent your case.
A Legal Guide Through Your Family Law Matter
Divorce is an emotional process. You might be experiencing feelings of sadness, depression, and even anger. The level of these heightened emotions can affect your judgment. If you are planning to represent yourself at a court of law, you may not have the emotional stamina to make wise decisions.
A Philadelphia divorce attorney can help you to keep your emotions in check and let you know when you are being unreasonable. They should prevent you from sabotaging your case.
Note; divorce proceedings are governed by many laws, all of which vary depending on the state your finances and marriage are. A family law attorney understands the law and can give unbiased advice on the best course of action.
Proudly serving both NJ and PA.