A Firm Offering The Representation You Need And The Support You Deserve
Going through any family law issue is difficult. You need an attorney offering more than just legal knowledge and experience. You need someone who will be your sounding board. You need someone who will pump you up when you’re feeling low and be the voice of reason when you feel like you can’t think clearly. You need someone who can offer adaptive representation that matches your unique personality and family dynamics.
This is exactly what you can expect when you contact Ruppert Law Firm LLC. Our practice is dedicated to family law and we are fully committed to the well-being of our clients. Our experienced attorneys and dedicated staff provide the support you’ve been looking for in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
To learn more about each of our talented attorneys, follow the links below to read their bios:
- Sean L. Ruppert, Esq. (principal attorney)
- James Flinchum, Esq. (attorney-at-law)
- Elizabeth A. Avon. (attorney-at-law)
- Richard L. Manilla (attorney-at-law)
Compassionate Representation Informed By Personal Experience
Divorce is so common now that most adults either grew up with divorced parents or knew plenty of others who did. Our attorneys have direct experience beyond that. Firm founder Sean Ruppert has gone through his own divorce and remarriage. He has two of his own children, one of whom was adopted, and his wife also brought two children from a previous marriage.
We are not shy about sharing our personal stories because we know that everyone takes their own journey to find the happiness they are seeking. Families can be messy, and that’s one reason why family law is such an important and rewarding calling.
No matter what journey you’ve taken to get here, we hope you’ll contact us to share your own story.
Serving Clients In Western Pennsylvania – Reach Out To Us Today
Our firm has offices in Mt. Lebanon and Monroeville, and we represent clients throughout the region. The best way to learn if we are the right firm for you is to discuss your case during an initial consultation. We’ll take the time to learn about your needs, answer your questions, and discuss how we can help you and your children.