(215) 447-3149
5 Neshaminy Interplex, Suite 115
Trevose, PA 19053
Specializing in Family & Bankruptcy Law Since 1992
Free Initial Consultations

Philadelphia Family Law and Bankruptcy Lawyer

Helping Clients in the Bensalem, Pennsylvania, Area

At the Law Office Kenneth G. Harrison, Esq., P.C., I have protected the rights of people in the Lower Bucks County, Philadelphia and Eastern Montgomery County area in family law and bankruptcy matters since 1992. I built my successful practice on a commitment to personal service and attention for each client.

When you hire me, you get me — not a paralegal or an associate. I will carefully listen to your concerns and work with you to identify and implement solutions that meet your needs. Contact my office or call me at 215-447-3149 to schedule a free initial consultation.


I represent clients at all stages of a divorce, from the initial filing through requests for modification or the enforcement of a final divorce decree. As a family law attorney, I handle all matters related to contested and uncontested divorce proceedings, including:
  • Child custody and parenting plans
  • Child support
  • Alimony
  • Spousal support
  • Marital property settlements
To learn more, see my divorce page.

Property Division

Marital property is divided equitably in a divorce and includes assets and debts that were acquired during the marriage. I will work one-on-one with you to determine what property is marital and what is separate in your divorce. Through diligent investigation and a keen knowledge of marital property laws in Pennsylvania, I can help you secure a fair and just share of your marital property. See my page on property division for more information.

Child Custody and Child Support

I will work with you to establish and put in place custody and visitation arrangements that are in the best interests of your minor children while protecting your rights as a parent. I will also review all proposed child support orders for compliance with Pennsylvania guidelines and to confirm that all relevant income is included in the calculation. See my page on child custody and child support for more information.

In all family law matters, I encourage clients to find solutions that are in everyone's best interests. Nonetheless, I will aggressively pursue your interests in court, if necessary.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

I will help you determine if you qualify to file under Chapter 7, reviewing your assets, debts and income to determine if you meet the means test established by the new bankruptcy law. If so, I will prepare and file all documents required during the process and will be your advocate in all proceedings with creditors, the trustee and the court. For more information, go to my page on Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you are behind on your mortgage, visit my Chapter 13 bankruptcy page. As an experienced Philadelphia bankruptcy attorney, I can assist you with developing a Chapter 13 plan to submit to the court.

Real Estate Transactions

If you need assistance with a residential real estate closing or have a title issue, I can help you. I represent clients in closings, including the purchase and sale of residential and commercial real estate. I also own a title insurance company; I can provide full title insurance services as well as title research and actions to quiet title. See my real estate page for additional information.

Additional Areas of Practice

I also advise clients in matters involving estate planning as well as adoptions. In particular, I help individuals draft wills and other estate documents. I also help stepparents through the adoption process.

Contact a Bucks County Family Law, Bankruptcy and Real Estate Lawyer

For a free initial consultation, contact me by e-mail or call me at 215-447-3149. I help clients in Bensalem, Levittown, Philadelphia and the surrounding areas.
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