Berks County Lawyers
Authored by Ken LaMance
, LegalMatch Law Library Managing Editor and Attorney at Law
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Berks County is a fast growing area of the state and it has many amenities that both the residents and visitors enjoy throughout the year. Many families often visit the Reading Public Museum which is an art, science and history museum that offers educational programs to its visitors. Additionally, Berks County is home to the French Creek State Park which has miles of hiking and equestrian trails as well as two lakes that offer fresh water fishing.
It you need to speak to an attorney while you are in Berks County, there are many experienced Berks County lawyers waiting to assist you. These legal professionals can provide you with information in a wide variety of legal areas such as personal injury, contracts, business, real estate, wills, DUI, criminal defense, divorce, alimony, and more.
A noted celebrity couple that lives in Berks County has recently initiated divorce proceedings with the help of their attorneys. The couple, famed Jon and Kate Gosselin of the TV Show Jon & Kate Plus 8 recently announced through their television show that they will be starting divorce proceedings. The TV show, which has captured the attention of much of the nation, is filmed in the couple’s Berks County home and follows the family around in a reality style manner. The divorce papers filed by one of the parties states that the couple has been separated for the past two years and that there are irreconcilable differences between the two parties.
When you initiate your lawsuit in Berks County, you will file your legal complaint with the Berks County Court of Common Pleas
. After this filing, there are other procedures that you must follow, such as serving the complaint and a court summons on the opposing parties. A local attorney can help you with all of this.
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Last Modified: 07-07-2009 10:38 AM PDT