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Services Offered by Family Lawyer in Southeastern, PA

There are times in our life where we may need legal help or advice. Many men and women in the Southeastern, PA area who require assistance of an attorney may be unsure as to who to turn to. At the Law Offices of Jack A. Rounick, we provide a wide range of services in a small, personal law firm that gives individuals the personal attention their case deserves. Some of the legal services we offer in our practice include:

  • Divorce
    When marriages fail, a divorce is often inevitable. Our team can work with individuals who need assistance in the legal aspects of their divorce to protect their assets and property.
  • Custody
    Children are at the forefront of any divorce or separation case. When custody issues need to be resolved, Jack A. Rounick can help ensure the children are protected throughout the case and that their needs are met. We believe that everything done in the courthouse should be done with the children’s best interests at heart.
  • Alimony, Child, and Spousal Support
    When a marriage falls apart, it can be difficult for one spouse to move on without financial implications. Alimony, child, and spousal support were developed to help ease spouses into the transition of becoming a single parent and to create a new household on their own.
  • Protection from Abuse
    Our practice also works with individuals who are victims of abuse. We can file emergency orders as well as develop a long-standing protection plan for individuals to feel safer and reduce the risk of their privacy rights being violated.
  • Equitable Distribution of Marital Property
    Jack A. Rounick believes that when a divorce or separation occurs, assets such as bank accounts, stocks, retirement plans, life insurance policies, and personal property should be divided equitably to ensure everyone leaves the marriage with what they are truly entitled to.
  • Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements
    Our team works with married and unmarried spouses to develop legally-binding agreements to help protect assets in the event of a separation or divorce.
  • Appellate Practice
    Individuals who have had the court judge against them unfairly can also speak with Jack A. Rounick about the appellate practice. This is a chance for the attorney to voice concerns about an unfair decision made by the courts and can be a tricky, confusing road for anyone unfamiliar with this territory.