Dealing With Juvenile Charges Arising During Your Divorce

From dependency hearings to getting in trouble with the juvenile court system, all too often children suffer as their family goes through changes and challenges. In many cases, the issues surrounding the parents' divorce and a child's juvenile law problems are related. At the Montgomery County Law Offices of Lawrence Pauker, we understand the effect that divorce often has on juveniles. We will help your family deal with all your juvenile and family law concerns.

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As your child goes through the juvenile system, we will be at his or her side every step along the way. Attending everything from the intake conference to a juvenile court hearing, we will stay focused on your child's long-tem future.

At our Norristown law firm, we encourage our clients to have representation for the juvenile court system, because the rules are different there. There are no trials. Instead, there is an adjudication. With different terms and different language, you want to have a lawyer who understands how to handle a case in juvenile court.

In our experience, there are more family law attorneys practicing in Montgomery County juvenile courts than criminal lawyers. It is a system separate from the criminal law system, and a family law attorney can help you address any issues that may relate to divorce, child custody, and other family law concerns.

If you feel as though you have lost control of your child due to separate family issues, you want to find a way to regain control. We will keep you involved throughout the process, help you through the system, and aid your child in understanding the significance of his or her actions on your entire family. We will stay focused on finding long-term solutions that work for your child and your family.

Contact Us Now With Your Juvenile Court Hearing Concerns

When your juvenile and family law concerns go hand in hand, you want a lawyer who can handle both. Open during weekly business hours, our Montgomery County law offices offer evening and weekend appointments as well. Contact us today for a initial consultation.