The Family Law Practice of Leslie S. Artz, LLC

2002 S. Queen St.
York PA 17403

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Trust The Family Law Practice of Leslie S. Arzt, LLC in York, Pennsylvania, to handle all of your family law needs.Experience You Can TrustAttorney Leslie Arzt has been handling family law matters for more than 5 years as an attorney and 3 years prior as a legal intern.Is it important for you to maintain control of your legal matters? Would you prefer to arrive at an acceptable solution with your spouse and/or co-parent as opposed to being forced to comply with a court’s decision? If so, Collaborative Law may be a good option for you!Mediation services are available where attorney Leslie Arzt would serve as a neutral third party facilitating communication between individuals who believe they would benefit by discussing their family law matters with the assistance of a third party without jumping into the litigation process. Whether you would like to discuss a parenting schedule, division of assets or an appropriate support amount, my role in the mediation process is to assist you by facilitating an open dialogue to achieve that goal.Divorce. Contemplating a separation or divorce? Already in the process and need help? Have questions regarding separation and/or divorce processes? There are too many to mention but frequently heard questions include: “When am I considered “legally” separated?” “Is there such a thing?” “What should I do with my finances?” “How should I protect my assets?” “How do I know if a settlement is “fair”?” and “How quickly can my divorce be finalized?”Are you and your co-parent unable to agree on an appropriate parenting schedule? If so, the court is left with the responsibility to determine the “best interests” of your child. Are you wondering what factors the court reviews to determine your child’s best interests? It is important to be represented by an attorney who is familiar with the custody process and the local conciliators and judges.