Serving all cities in Montgomery and Bucks County
Dear clients, friends, and colleagues:

We are virtually open for business according to the State's guidelines. Each member of our team is working remotely in order to maintain social distancing and to keep the health and welfare of our clients, staff and the entire community our top priority. However, as per the Governor's Order, our physical location is closed until further notice by the State.

Please do not worry as our firm has been operating virtually through our cloud-based system for years. We can and will continue to provide uninterrupted, confidential service to all clients. We have various options for communications to fit your legal needs. We are offering phone or video conferencing for consultations and meetings with the attorneys. If you are in need of an appointment or new consultation, please call 215-822-5266, e-mail or send a message via Mycase and one of our staff members will be available to help you.

As you are likely aware, the County Courts are closed for most hearings and public access. However, they are open for some matters such as filings, emergencies and PFA's. We are still able to electronically file divorce complaints, petitions for support, prepare custody and marital settlement agreements, petitions for custody, prepare will packages, etc. and continue to help our clients through their most challenging times. Please call the office to discuss your needs and how to handle your case during the health crisis.

As information is changing on a daily basis, please contact us if you need clarification or have questions or concerns and we will navigate you through this challenging time.

Sincerely, the staff at Winter Law & Associates, P.C.

Michelle A. Winter, Esquire - [email protected]
Liam J. Duffy, Esquire - [email protected]
Kelly A. Pilkington, PaCP, Firm Administrator - [email protected]
Pam Landis, Paralegal - [email protected]
Stephanie, Legal Assistant - [email protected]

Divorce Mediation

Montgomery and Bucks County Divorce Mediation Attorney

Mediation allows for a family to come to a mutual agreement, with the presence of a third-party mediator who is uninvolved in the matter and maintains neutrality. Because the mediator is an external party, he/she provides logical guidance and advice to the two parties involved.

For example, if both spouses are unable to come to an agreement during a divorce, hiring a mediator can be the most effective way to come to a settlement. The presence of a fair lawyer will ensure that you are not being taken advantage of during the mediation process. Divorce mediation allows both parties to sit with a certified mediator to assist, guide, discuss and resolve various divorce issues regarding support, alimony, custody, assets and debts.

Unlike litigation, mediation allows the parties involved to make decisions regarding divorce issues like division of assets, child support, child custody, and others. If both parties can reach an agreement outside of court, they will save themselves stress as well as money and time.

Leaving the decision up to the court can lead to bitterness and even failure of the two parties to follow through with their responsiblibites of the divorce settlement. The use of a mediator can relieve some of the stress and leave both parties in a happier state leading to a less damaged family.

Our attorney, Michelle A. Winter, Esquire is a court-approved, neutral mediator who will not take sides and is concerned with both parties’ interests as well as their children’s. She can help you, your spouse and your attorneys work toward bringing an effective resolution to your situation. Contact our law firm to get advice, so you can determine if divorce mediation can benefit you in your current situation.

Benefits of Mediation

Here are some of the many benefits you’ll see when using mediation to resolve family disputes:

  • Lower costs: Trials can be extremely costly. With mediation, you can work to keep your costs down by reaching an agreement quickly with the help of a trained mediator.
  • More control: A judge does not know your family or your needs like you do. You’ll want to be the one in complete control of your needs. By resolving disputes in mediation, you can keep control over the decisions that will affect your family for years to come.
  • Resolve all issues: Attorney Michelle A. Winter can help you resolve any divorce issues you are experiencing from child custody and support issues through mediation, to alimony and property division. As an experienced divorce lawyer in Montgomery and Bucks County, Pennsylvania, she is knowledgeable in a wide range of family law matters and can help you understand your options so you can make informed divorce decisions.

If you are going through a divorce and desperately want the settlement to run as smoothly as possible, contact us today. We can work with you as your mediator in order to come to the best solution that benefits all parties involved. It is important to make sure you are getting all the assets you deserve and depend on for your future.

To schedule a free consultation with Michelle A. Winter, contact us online or call our office at 215-822-5266. For your convenience, evening appointments are available.

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We are here to help you

We are here to help you. With decades of family law experience on your side, you can rest easier knowing that you have the support you need to protect what is most important to you.
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190 Bethlehem Pike, Suite 1, PO Box 564 Colmar, Pa 18915

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