Hard-working Pennsylvania lawyer guiding you through the events that redefine families
For more than 20 years, the Pottstown Law Office of Lisa J. Cappolella has provided legal guidance and representation to individuals in the events that redefine their families. Lisa Cappolella is an experienced, knowledgeable, accessible and tough-when-necessary lawyer committed to her clients. Whether you are ending a marriage, addressing issues surrounding a child, including custody and support, mourning the loss of a family member, administering an estate, drafting a will to protect your family or facing issues regarding your driver's license, Lisa Cappolella is ready to help you in a courteous, responsive and professional manner. Each case is different and brings its own set of challenges. She makes sure you understand the legal issues, risks and consequences involved in your case so you can make the best decisions. Her goal is to make you aware of your options and provide legal services protecting you at every step, from initial consultation through the resolution of your legal issue, no matter how complex. The Law Office of Lisa J. Cappolella helps clients with legal matters including: Family law, including divorce, support custody and equitable distribution Adoptions Wills, Trusts Employment law Unemployment compensation Estate administration and probate Traffic violations Driver's licensing issues DUI Other services If your case cannot be resolved through settlement, Lisa Cappolella will aggressively represent your interests in court. Successfully serving Pennsylvania clients The Law Office of Lisa J. Cappolella represents individuals and families in Montgomery, Chester and Berks Counties in Pennsylvania. Resourceful Pottstown lawyer protecting your interests When you need sound legal advice and experienced representation, call the Law Office of Lisa J. Cappolella at (610) 327-2099 or (610) 792-9145 to schedule an appointment.
1236 East High St.
Pottstown PA 19464
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