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Betty A. Dillon Attorney at Law
(800) 506-1125

Pennsylvania Family Law Lawyer

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Lawyer

At the office of Betty A. Dillon, Attorney at Law, we realize that people facing a legal matter are often anxious and under tremendous stress. We believe in reducing their fears and helping to put them at ease. With 25 years of experience handling family law, estate administration, and residential real estate matters, we know how to help people get their burdens off their shoulders. For a free initial telephone consultation, contact Pennsylvania estate administration and family law attorney Betty A. Dillon.

Our Commitment

We know that our clients' cases are very important to them. We know that they want and need to know what is happening. Because we believe in keeping our clients informed of what is going on in their cases and what is likely to happen next, we have a policy of returning all phone calls promptly. Our phone is answered 24/7. We also are committed to responding to people within 24 hours or the next business day after a weekend or holiday.

Our Philosophy

We think that people pursuing a legal case want to be aware of every step in the process. Because of this, it is our mission to work together with each client as a team. We know the law and you know your facts. Working together as a team produces more cost-saving and effective results. For help in any Pennsylvania family law, estate administration matter, contact Pennsylvania attorney Betty A. Dillon.

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Betty A. Dillon Attorney at Law
1725 Washington Road
Suite 503
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15241
Phone: (800) 506-1125
Fax: (412) 835-7219

*Practice concentrated in Allegheny and Washington Counties. Going into other counties is considered on case by case basis.