York County Family Law Attorneys
Our offices are closed as per Governor Wolf’s order on March 19, 2020. During this period where this office is prohibited from opening, we are able to be contacted by email or telephone and will be checking messages and emails regularly. Should an emergency arise, we are prepared and able to help you. Limited access to the courts is available.
We thank you for your patronage and understanding during this difficult period.
Stay safe and be well during this difficult period.
For more than 30 years, Malone & Neubaum has been helping clients resolve their familial disputes, navigate the divorce process and obtain the child custody and support determinations they need to develop happy, healthy families.
York Divorce Lawyers: Helping Families Move Forward
Going through a divorce can be emotionally — and financially — draining.
Due to the emotional nature of family law, we encourage our clients to seek amicable out-of-court resolutions of their family law issues whenever possible. A settlement agreement not only reduces the time and cost of litigation, it also tends to reduce stress, preserve parenting relationships and reduce the impact on minor children. However, if a courtroom battle is necessary to protect our clients’ interests — and the interests of their minor children — we will tenaciously pursue a court order that achieves our clients’ goals.
At Malone & Neubaum, we help our clients get fair spousal support and alimony determinations so both spouses can leave the marriage in a financially secure manner. Spousal support is awarded while the divorce is pending. Depending on how each spouse is individually situated, alimony payments may be required after the divorce is final to ensure both spouses maintain a lifestyle similar to the one they enjoyed during the marriage.
Helping Clients Achieve Child Custody Orders To Preserve Parent-Child Relationships
Money comes and goes, but time lost with a child is lost forever.
Child custody determinations are oftentimes the biggest concern for separating or divorcing couples. Our attorneys understand how important it is for our clients to maintain strong ties with their children. We represent our clients during every stage of the custody process — from the conciliation conference to the courtroom — to ensure their parent-child relationships are preserved.
Our attorneys also help clients obtain, and defend against, protection from abuse (PFA) orders, or restraining orders, to prevent future harm to them or their children. While these orders are often necessary to prevent future abuse, they are sometimes used as a tool to deny a parent custody and visitation time with children.
Malone & Neubaum also helps new families come together through the facilitation of adoptions.