Free Legal Resources

Free Family Law Resources for Pittsburgh, PA Parents and divorcing couples in Pennsylvania

Perhaps you are not ready to speak to a lawyer about your case, or you may simply be looking for information about a particular area of the law. That is why we have listed the following links to free websites that may be of assistance to you:

Fifth Judicial District - Allegheny County - Centralized Court Information

Fifth Judicial District - Court Information

Pennsylvania – Divorce

Pennsylvania Divorce Law
Pennsylvania Property Division - Equitable Distribution
Pennsylvania Division - Alimony and Support
Pennsylvania Divorce Residency Requirements
Pennsylvania Military Divorce Laws
Pennsylvania Property Division Factors
Divorce Headquarters
Divorce Source
Women's Divorce

Pennsylvania – Spousal Support

Pennsylvania Spousal Support

Pennsylvania – Protection from Abuse

PFA - Filing Information
PFA Intention to Defend
PFA Electronic Submission of Intention to Defend
Domestic Violence Hotlines - Allegheny Co.
Pennsylvania Protection from Abuse Act

Collaborative Law

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP)
Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania (CLASP)

Pennsylvania – Courts

Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas
Superior Court of Pennsylvania
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court – Western District of PA
Magisterial District Judges
U.S. Bankruptcy Court - Western District of PA

Legal Research and Reference

Pennsylvania Code
University of Pittsburgh – School of Law
Legal Encyclopedia

Mental Health Resources/Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
AFSP Western PA Chapter
AFSP Find Support
Resolve Crisis Center
Western Psych
Mental Health at AGH
National Institute of Mental Health
Project Semicolon

Allegheny County Family Court Judges - Judicial Operating Procedures

Judicial Directory & Operating Procedures

Note: The above-listed sites are for general information only. If you require legal advice, you should contact an attorney who is licensed to practice in the jurisdiction in which you reside.

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