We Have the Knowledge and Experience to Help You Better Prepare for Your Future
No matter what you need, we can steer you in the right direction. Our Pennsylvania family law practice can provide guidance on divorce, child custody, domestic abuse protection, spousal support, and even workers’ compensation and injury recovery.
The prospect of divorce forces you to re-examine your life and your goals. How you deal with the changes occurring in your life at this time can affect you for years to come. For these reasons, it is important to have the guidance of an experienced family law and divorce attorney. At Zlock & Coverdale, P.C.®, our divorce lawyers and family law attorneys help clients through each step of the divorce process, while protecting their rights and interests. Our goal in every case is to help the client emerge from the process in the strongest position possible.
- Alimony & Spousal Support
- No-Fault Divorce
- Legal Separation
- Protection From Abuse
- Child Custody
- Child Support & Spousal Support
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Modifying Child Custody & Support
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Dividing QDROs, Pensions, IRAs, 401(K) Plans
- Enforcement of Divorce Settlements
- High-End Divorce & Tax Implications
- Property Division & Equitable Distribution
- Separate Property & Debt
Following a car accident or other serious accident, an injured person and family members can face a long road to recovery. A person injured in an accident may struggle to obtain medical treatment and long-term care. When people are unable to work due to injury, they may have difficulty paying their bills. They must cope with the frustrations of dealing with insurance companies that care more for their bottom line than they do for their customer. Our lawyers assist victims of accidents and acts of negligence to obtain compensation for the injuries they have suffered. We work for our clients so they can receive the medical treatment, long-term care, and replacement income they need to rebuild their lives.
If you are injured while at work or performing duties for your employer, you may be eligible to pursue a workers' compensation claim. Workers' compensation refers to a form of insurance that every employer is required to maintain for purposes of providing (1) wage replacement and (2) medical benefits and like expenses, in each case, to employees who are injured in the course of employment. If you have been injured in the course of employment, it is essential that you consult with an attorney to discuss whether a workers' compensation claim is appropriate in your case, and if it is, how to pursue it in the most effective manner.