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Law Offices of Amanda L. H. Brinton LLC
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Over A Decade Of Experience In Family Law Matters

In a divorce, there many issues for an individual to consider. While in theory the process can be done without the assistance of an attorney — and some do choose to do so — this may not always be the best option.

Do You Need A Lawyer?

The simple answer is no. You need the right family lawyer.

Some people are hesitant of the potential costs of hiring a lawyer to aid with a family law matter and are worried that their interests won't be fully represented. In these situations, it's important to remember that hiring the right family law attorney can ultimately provide a much greater degree of safety and satisfaction.

At the Law Offices of Amanda L. H. Brinton LLC, we recognize the concerns of our clients. We understand the stress of ending a marriage, or engaging in a custody dispute. In these situations, Ms. Brinton leverages over a decade of experience in family law matters to fight diligently for her clients. Our representation is always prepared. When necessary, we'll aggressively fight for your interests. However, we're mindful of the emotional impact of family law situations and are careful to approach each unique situation with the necessary respect.

Particularly, in contentious cases, we can help our clients determine the best course of action while advocating for their rights. In certain family law matters, such as custody, alimony and property division, an attorney can work to represent your interests.

Contact A Knowledgeable Attorney Today

To schedule a consultation and discuss Ms. Brinton's background or your case, call us at 302-691-9059 or use the contact form. You can meet with us at either of our offices in Wilmington, Delaware, or Media, Pennsylvania.

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