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At McMorrow Law, LLC, our attorneys are compassionate, experienced and focused advocates. We use every tool at our disposal to help guide you through the family law process and other legal issues. For personalized guidance, you can trust our team.
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If you need help with a family law matter, estate plan, probate or guardianship dispute, schedule an appointment today either at our Wexford or Pittsburgh office to learn more about our lawyers and how we can help you.
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Family law matters, estate planning and guardianships all involve similar issues: relationships, finances, your family’s future and more. A divorce often overlaps with an estate plan. Estate planning can intersect with probate or guardianship.
Regardless of your legal matter, you want a lawyer who possesses an intricate understanding of how all of these areas of law interrelate.
At McMorrow Law, LLC, all of our attorneys possess varying legal backgrounds and, together, we have the experience to resolve overlapping legal issues that confront individuals in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas.
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