LEHIGH VALLEY LGBT LEGAL SERVICES
From same sex adoption to same-sex divorce, we can help. The attorneys at Crosson & Richetti help provide you with enough information that you are comfortable contacting us to help you with your issue, and know that you are getting the best service you can receive. We are here to help protect the LGBT Community and those who are a part of it.
LGBT family law is a relatively new area of legal practice and people have a lot of questions around what their options and rights are. The law is changing all the time and we do our best to keep up. We suggest that you speak with David Crosson or Ian Richetti about your legal options in order to get the best and most current advice.
HELPING THE LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY WITH LEGAL SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE LEHIGH VALLEY.
Crosson & Richetti are proud to offer the following services for the LGBT community:
- LGBT Divorce
- LGBT Surrogacy
- LGBT Adoption
- LGBT Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- LGBT Post-Nuptial Agreements
- LGBT Wills and Trusts
LGBT Divorce & Adoption Stats
LGBT Legal Support
The Crosson & Richetti law firm fully supports the LGBT community and their rights.
LGBT Legal Experience
David Crosson and Ian Richetti have experience as LGBT divorce attorneys and can make sure your rights are not infringed. Our firm has expertise in same-sex family law, and we are committed to achieving the best outcome for you and your family.
Our clients come first and our attorneys will provide the guidance you need during your divorce.
Types of Cases
Our firm works collaborative and litigated divorce cases. A collaborative divorce occurs when partners agree to work out their divorce settlement without going to court. A litigated divorce unfortunately is most divorce cases, and does not include two people who are in mutual agreement on child custody, the division of their assets and liabilities, how much and for how long alimony payments will be made, etc.
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Our skilled Lehigh Valley family lawyers will work hard to safeguard your interests after your decision to end your same-sex marriage. You owe it to yourself and your child to transition yourselves to a postdivorce future the right way the first time.
Pennsylvania LGBTQ Family Law Guide