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Family Law Attorneys

Serving Bucks County, PA

At Gordon Liebmann, Patricia Gordon, Jeffrey A. Liebmann and their staff of dedicated professionals bring decades of combined legal experience to the families of Newtown and all of Bucks County.

Our experience in practicing Family Law is the foundation upon which we work with our clients to assist them in understanding the short-term and long-term consequences of the important decisions they must make in this difficult process.

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About Gordon Liebmann

Trusted Legal Professionals

We understand that our clients are entrusting their future and their family’s future to us. We take that placement of trust and confidence seriously and that’s why we strive to resolve their issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.

All of our clients come to us at a time of extreme emotional upheaval. We understand the degree of attention these situations require and our clients deserve nothing less than the highest degree of responsiveness.

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Dedicated Advocates

Experienced Family Law Attorneys

The primary focus of our practice is Family Law and related services.

Your family’s interests are always placed at the forefront of our practice.

Free Initial Consultation

Call the Bucks County Divorce and Family Law Attorneys at Gordon Liebmann, Attorneys at Law, at 1.215.860.8200 or contact us online and schedule your free initial consultation.

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A Few Words About Our Partners

Patricia Gordon

“Patricia Gordon has spent her entire legal career representing individuals in Family Law-related matters, including Divorce, Custody, Support, Adoptions, Grandparents' & Step Parents' Custody Rights, and Mediation in the Bucks County area.”
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Jeffery A. Liebmann

“For more than 20 years, Mr. Liebmann has concentrated his practice on Divorce, Custody, Grandparents' Rights, and Child & Spousal Support. He also devotes a large amount of time to pro bono representation of victims of abuse.”
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