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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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    — Client

  • 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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    — Client

  • 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

Pittsburgh Collaborative Law Attorneys, Mary Adamczyk, Esquire

Divorce is often portrayed as being highly combative and emotionally draining. However, many couples choose to use the collaborative divorce process in order to end their marriage without the animosity and the expense that a contested divorce can exact.

In collaborative divorce, the parties involved commit to reach agreement on critical matters such as child custody and visitation, property division, and spousal support without litigating. If either party threatens to litigate, the process is halted and both attorneys must disassociate themselves from the case. Each party still retains legal counsel for guidance and protection throughout the process.

Mary Adamczyk, Esquire, founding partner of Adamczyk Law Offices, L.L.P., has completed special training in collaborative law. Collaborative law is designed to increase the communication, cooperation, and compromise that occur during negotiation, while minimizing or eliminating the combative environment that pervades a number of divorces. In addition to working with lawyers, couples that use the collaborative process may also use the services of other professionals who are trained in the collaborative process such as child psychologists, financial professionals, and family counselors.

The collaborative process is suitable for any kind of divorce if both parties have the proper mindset and attitude. Often, couples that are committed to maintaining a positive approach to parenting together after their divorce find the collaborative process most beneficial, in part because both parties are able to retain more control over the look and feel of their post-divorce lives.

Meet With Our Collaborative Law Attorneys

We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions regarding collaborative divorce or mediation. Contact us to schedule an appointment. We will review the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take next.