What Is No-Fault Divorce?

Marriages do not always go as planned. Many times they end shortly after they begin. There is not always an underlying reason, or irreconcilable differences that causes the breakdown of the marriage. Many times a divorce can be a no-fault divorce meaning that the other party is not pursuing a claim against their spouse. These types of divorce cases are often very easy to deal with emotionally, financially and legally. The waiting period for finalization of a Pennsylvania no-fault divorce is also substantially shorter ( 90 days) than a fault based divorce.

If you are interested in filing for a Pennsylvania no-fault divorce in Chester County, Pennsylvania or Delaware County, Pennsylvania please contact The Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello at 610-228-4376. Ms. Truscello offers caring and compassionate family law representation to her clients. She is well aware of how delicate the situation is and will do her best to protect your interests.

How A Lawyer Can Help You With Your Uncontested Divorce

With all of the information available at our fingertips today via the internet it may seem like a good idea to attempt to file your own divorce papers or pay on online firm for a 'quickie divorce'. These solutions are not the best way to go as there is still a legal process that must be strictly adhered to. Also, there are filing fees and an extraordinary amount of time involved in filing for a divorce. With this in mind it may make sense to consult with a Media Pennsylvania Divorce Attorney as they will handle all administrative elements of filing on your behalf.

Call Our Firm Today

If you are interested in learning more about filing an uncontested divorce in Delaware County, Pennsylvania or Chester County, Pennsylvania contact Media Pennsylvania No Fault Divorce Attorney Deborah M. Truscello at 610-228-4376. You may also email a Media Pennsylvania No Fault Divorce Lawyer here. With many years handling all family law cases in Pennsylvania she will use her experience, strength and resources to fully protect your rights.