Pets are important members of the family, and intense conflict can arise when pets are part of a divorce. Because of the love that people have for their pets, this is an evolving area of the law.

Pennsylvania law has not evolved to establish pet-custody laws. Pets, while fur-children to us, are still viewed as pieces of property in the legal system. AMS Law has worked with clients to arrange, “custody,” and, “visitation,” agreements to keep the pets a part of the client’s life. We understand that your animals are not property. They are family.

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While some lawyers may sugarcoat things for their clients, we believe in the truth. We have a reputation for telling clients exactly how it is, so you don’t have to worry about dealing with surprises in court. You should know where you stand, right from the beginning and get clear-cut information about your odds in court.

Sugarcoated information might be easier to swallow, at first. But knowing the truth from the beginning means you can move forward with a clear understanding of what to expect during every stage  of the process. There shouldn’t be surprises in court, and you don’t have to worry about that with us.

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With both of our careers based in the Pennsylvania judicial system, we know exactly what the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania does when investigating your case. We understand the law and know the system. We stay on top of new developments, and we understand your options. Whether you are facing trial, appealing, heading to the grand jury, charged with violating probation or parole, or anything else, our expertise is the best tool you can have at your side.

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