Pittsburgh divorce attorney Andria Krupa Voelker generally was interested in providing pragmatic solutions to complex family law issues when she began her legal career.
In her pursuit of that endeavor, she interned for a family law judge in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County and also worked in the Duquesne University School of Law Family Law Clinic, which broadened the scope of her knowledge of issues faced by families in the court system.
“My ability to break down cases detail by detail in an effort to determine the most practical solutions to the client’s problems really separates me from a lot of other attorneys,” Ms. Voelker said.
If her clients do not understand something or are confused about the next steps they need to take, Ms. Voelker said the most important thing they can do is to ask questions.
“My job is to keep you informed about the process and what you can expect as we proceed through the court system,” she said. “I want to make the experience easier for you.
“You should also expect that I will provide you with honest legal opinions as it relates to issues and problems in your case. I don’t sugarcoat things.”