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  • Pittsburgh Office

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    The Grant Building, 310 Grant Street
    Suite 1515
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219

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  • 5.0/5.0

    Mary Adamcyzk was terrific with my divorce case. She provide guidance and advice every step of the way and was partner in securing a positive outcome for me. I highly recommend Mary to anyone who has to go through divorce proceedings. I c...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    I hired Attorney Tara Sease to assist me with enforcing a marriage settlement agreement. Attorney Sease was extremely responsive to my questions and ensured that the agreement was adhered to. I am extremely please with her representation ...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    A great group of lawyers that were always accessible. The staff was wonderful and everything was explained. Would definitely recommend.

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    Divorce is a difficult, complicated and emotional experience. I interviewed several firms when I found myself faced with divorce. Mary Adamczyk was a clear standout from the group. She always took the time to truly listen to me and understa...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    I was so fortunate to have Mary Adamczyk and her team as my counsel for my divorce. Her sage advise and thoughtful guidance helped me successfully navigate a very complex divorce to a successful conclusion.

    — Client

COVID-19 AND THE COURTS OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY

Many may believe that like most aspects of their lives COVID-19 has also caused a great interruption in the ability to assert one’s legal rights.  However, when it comes to emergent family law issues such as child custody, child support, and spousal support, such is not the case.

Likewise, new and existing personal injury cases involving car accidents and the like may be filed and pursued with vigor.  While there are no jury trials available now the process is such that if the case does not settle upon presentation of the claim to the insurance company with accompanying medical documentation then a jury trial would take place later anyway after litigation protocol is pursued.  As such, you would be prepared for trial if required in an ordinary manner if indeed you filed a personal injury case today.

As of May 28, 2020, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has issued a twenty-eight (28) page opinion on how the Courts are staying open to serve and how all appropriate safety and precautionary methods are to be used to make sure the Court is safe for all.  Go to AdamczykLawOffices.com to view the same.

The bottom line is that we at Adamczyk Law Offices have never stopped working and remain ready to serve your legal needs now, under the protocol set by the Courts.  While this may be temporarily different as in the case of hearings by telephone or Microsoft Teams or Zoom in some instances we have adapted and are proficient in the use of this technology.

Indeed, in some instances, what was previously viewed as a burdensome court process has been eliminated or streamlined or has permitted attendance remotely to allow access to the Courts.  One example is the mandatory custody education seminar required when filing a custody complaint.  Instead, all litigants are just required to read the materials from home.  Custody mediations are handled remotely now avoiding the need to come downtown to the courthouse likewise, support cases are also handled remotely.

In sum, the Courts new approach could be more advantageous for many to meet one’s legal needs promptly and efficiently.

Here at Adamczyk Law Offices we are up to date and well equipped to guide you to the prompt justice you deserve, pandemic or no pandemic, just as before, just as always.