Family Lawyers in Camp Hill, PA
If you’re facing a family law issue, we understand it can be emotionally challenging. Hire the attorneys from Dethlefs Pykosh & Murphy and get the compassionate legal guidance you need. Our attorneys are dedicated to helping families through difficult times and achieving the best possible results.
Why Hire Dethlefs Pykosh & Murphy?
We are the supportive legal representation for your family law case. Unlike other firms, we don’t believe in exorbitant hourly fees that leave you guessing what your legal counsel will end up costing at the end of your legal case process. At your initial appointment you will be quoted a competitive rate.
What Kind of Legal Representation Do We Offer?
- Alimony, alimony pendente lite, and spousal support
- Stepparent adoption
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Grandparents’ rights
- Name changes
- Termination of parental rights
What To Expect
This life alternating decision can become emotionally exhausting if you are not in a clear head space with a supportive team. At Dethlefs Pykosh & Murphy you can expect us to be compassionate and understanding of your needs while being aggressive in the court room to protect you.
Throughout the entire process our team will help prepare you emotionally to make the best decision with your family in mind.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dethlefs Pykosh & Murphy have collected commonly asked questions from family law clients to share with you. This effort below is to help you gain a better understanding of what you may need to know before making a decision to seek legal guidance. As always, we are here to serve you. Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us for your free, no obligation consultation meeting.
What are the grounds for divorce?
The vast majority of divorces these days are no-fault divorces, but the following fault grounds for divorce do exist in PA:
- willfull and malicious desertion
- cruel and barbarious treatment
- a sentence of imprisonment for a term of two or more years
Will fault impact my rights to a property settlement?
Fault grounds for divorce are not likely to have an impact on the distribution of the marital estate, but spousal support and alimony may be impacted
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