Ruppert Law Firm

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Ruppert Law Firm

Ruppert Law Firm LLC represents clients in divorce, custody, and support matters in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Butler, and Washington counties. Divorce and custody battles are hard, but they are worth it. We'll be by your side when you need it most.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

Ruppert Law Firm

Ruppert Law Firm

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Ruppert Law Firm LLC represents clients in divorce, custody, and support matters in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Butler, and Washington counties. Divorce and custody battles are hard, but they are worth it. We'll be by your side when you need it most.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

Firm Overview

A Solutions Driven Approach

Divorce is a complicated process, even at its most amicable. In a moment of extreme transition, you need a pragmatic and experienced person to guide you when considering:
- Can my marriage be saved?
- What custody arrangement is best for my kids?
- How do we divide our assets/debts?
- When should I fight?
- When should I compromise?

At Ruppert Law Firm LLC we know that no two divorces, or custody fights, are the same. We'll fight when we need to, and compromise when the time is right. Most importantly, we have the wisdom to know the difference

Our firm handles many different types of family law cases, including:
- Divorce
- Custody
- Spousal Support
- Child Support
- Collaborative Divorce
- Prenup Agreements
- Protection From Abuse (PFA)
- Adoption
- Grandparent Rights
- Paternity Disputes
- Annulment
- LBTQ+ matters

Ruppert Law Firm LLC proudly serves Allegheny, Westmoreland, Butler, and Washington counties, including: City of Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Penn Hills, Robinson, Cranberry Township, Zelienople, Moon Township, Ross, Mount Lebanon, Collier, Plum Borough , Fox Chapel, Shaler, McKeesport, Wilkinsburg, Bethel Park, Upper Saint Clair, Edgewood, Swissvale, Braddock, McKees Rocks, Greensburg, North Huntingdon, Irwin, Penn, Trafford, Murrysville, Hempfield, New Kensington, Upper & Lower Burrell, Rostraver, Monessen, New Stanton, Youngwood, Jeannette, Delmont, Ligonier, Vandergrift, Latrobe, Mt. Pleasant.

Sean Ruppert is the principal attorney of Ruppert Law Firm LLC. He is a family law, business law, and litigation attorney at Ruppert Law Firm. He uses his personal and professional experience with divorce, custody, and adoption issues to make complicated processes as simple and stress-free as possible.

He also assists business owners with their contract negotiation, employment practices, and entity formation, and fights for employees who have been mistreated. Sean provides his clients with strategic, savvy, and amiable counsel while also fighting tooth and nail to get them the outcome they deserve.

Sean is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He earned his Bachelors in Journalism at West Virginia University and worked for several years as a newspaper reporter prior to attending law school. He is licensed to practice in all of Pennsylvania' state and federal courts.

Sean lives in Pittsburgh with his fiancé and two children. In his free time, he enjoys the watching pro and college sports, the New York Times crossword, cooking, and listening to "dad rock."

Main Office

Porter Professional Building
111 Whitehead Lane
Suite 400
Monroreville, PA 15146

Phone

(412) 203-5198

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes - 30 minutes

Hourly Rates

$200

Office Information
Office Hours

8:30-5:00 M-F

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Divorce

People get married for a lot of different reasons. When clients tell us why they think they chose to marry the person they did, they usually say it was some combination of:

- "It felt like the time in my life I was supposed to get married."
- "We were together for a while and marriage seemed like the next logical step."
- "I loved them then, but they're not the same person I married."
- "All my friends were getting married and I didn't want to be left behind."
- "I wanted kids."

One thing we never hear, though, is "I got married because I wanted to get divorced someday."

And yet, the statistics don't lie. 90% of people will be married at least once before they are 50 years old, and over 40% of first marriages end in divorce. The rate is well over 50% for second marriages, and only gets higher from there. So many adults will be faced with this difficult situation. No two divorces are alike, and none of them are ever easy, but whether or not you ask for advice, and whom you get it from, can make all the difference in the world.

We are here to tell you that there can be a good life on the other side of a divorce, but the way you approach the process makes all the difference. A scorched earth approach when your spouse is willing to compromise usually doesn't make your life better in the long run. On the other hand, trying to be civil may lead to you being taken advantage of if your former partner is trying to do whatever they can to "win" the divorce.

At Ruppert Law Firm, we fight when we need to, compromise when we should, and have the wisdom to know the difference. Whether you are thinking of getting divorced, or know that you it is the only solution, we will help guide you to the better life on the other side.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Attorney Sean Ruppert is passionate about helping individuals and families. A divorce doesn't have to be a bad thing in the long run, in fact it can make the lives of many people much happier if done right. Our firm believes in setting families up to be successful, but giving them a new start.

Ruppert Law Firm
Sean Ruppert

Ruppert Law Firm
Sean Ruppert

Firm Overview

A Solutions Driven Approach

Divorce is a complicated process, even at its most amicable. In a moment of extreme transition, you need a pragmatic and experienced person to guide you when considering:
- Can my marriage be saved?
- What custody arrangement is best for my kids?
- How do we divide our assets/debts?
- When should I fight?
- When should I compromise?

At Ruppert Law Firm LLC we know that no two divorces, or custody fights, are the same. We'll fight when we need to, and compromise when the time is right. Most importantly, we have the wisdom to know the difference

Our firm handles many different types of family law cases, including:
- Divorce
- Custody
- Spousal Support
- Child Support
- Collaborative Divorce
- Prenup Agreements
- Protection From Abuse (PFA)
- Adoption
- Grandparent Rights
- Paternity Disputes
- Annulment
- LBTQ+ matters

Ruppert Law Firm LLC proudly serves Allegheny, Westmoreland, Butler, and Washington counties, including: City of Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Penn Hills, Robinson, Cranberry Township, Zelienople, Moon Township, Ross, Mount Lebanon, Collier, Plum Borough , Fox Chapel, Shaler, McKeesport, Wilkinsburg, Bethel Park, Upper Saint Clair, Edgewood, Swissvale, Braddock, McKees Rocks, Greensburg, North Huntingdon, Irwin, Penn, Trafford, Murrysville, Hempfield, New Kensington, Upper & Lower Burrell, Rostraver, Monessen, New Stanton, Youngwood, Jeannette, Delmont, Ligonier, Vandergrift, Latrobe, Mt. Pleasant.

Sean Ruppert is the principal attorney of Ruppert Law Firm LLC. He is a family law, business law, and litigation attorney at Ruppert Law Firm. He uses his personal and professional experience with divorce, custody, and adoption issues to make complicated processes as simple and stress-free as possible.

He also assists business owners with their contract negotiation, employment practices, and entity formation, and fights for employees who have been mistreated. Sean provides his clients with strategic, savvy, and amiable counsel while also fighting tooth and nail to get them the outcome they deserve.

Sean is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He earned his Bachelors in Journalism at West Virginia University and worked for several years as a newspaper reporter prior to attending law school. He is licensed to practice in all of Pennsylvania' state and federal courts.

Sean lives in Pittsburgh with his fiancé and two children. In his free time, he enjoys the watching pro and college sports, the New York Times crossword, cooking, and listening to "dad rock."

Main Office

Porter Professional Building
111 Whitehead Lane
Suite 400
Monroreville, PA 15146

Phone

(412) 203-5198

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes - 30 minutes

Hourly Rates

$200

Office Information
Office Hours

8:30-5:00 M-F

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Divorce

People get married for a lot of different reasons. When clients tell us why they think they chose to marry the person they did, they usually say it was some combination of:

- "It felt like the time in my life I was supposed to get married."
- "We were together for a while and marriage seemed like the next logical step."
- "I loved them then, but they're not the same person I married."
- "All my friends were getting married and I didn't want to be left behind."
- "I wanted kids."

One thing we never hear, though, is "I got married because I wanted to get divorced someday."

And yet, the statistics don't lie. 90% of people will be married at least once before they are 50 years old, and over 40% of first marriages end in divorce. The rate is well over 50% for second marriages, and only gets higher from there. So many adults will be faced with this difficult situation. No two divorces are alike, and none of them are ever easy, but whether or not you ask for advice, and whom you get it from, can make all the difference in the world.

We are here to tell you that there can be a good life on the other side of a divorce, but the way you approach the process makes all the difference. A scorched earth approach when your spouse is willing to compromise usually doesn't make your life better in the long run. On the other hand, trying to be civil may lead to you being taken advantage of if your former partner is trying to do whatever they can to "win" the divorce.

At Ruppert Law Firm, we fight when we need to, compromise when we should, and have the wisdom to know the difference. Whether you are thinking of getting divorced, or know that you it is the only solution, we will help guide you to the better life on the other side.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Attorney Sean Ruppert is passionate about helping individuals and families. A divorce doesn't have to be a bad thing in the long run, in fact it can make the lives of many people much happier if done right. Our firm believes in setting families up to be successful, but giving them a new start.

Ruppert Law Firm
Sean Ruppert

Ruppert Law Firm
Sean Ruppert

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.