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Office Location

Pittsburgh, PA

Cordell & Cordell divorce attorneys exclusively practice family law with a focus on men’s divorce.
The Grant Building
310 Grant St., Suite 3130
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

8:30 am – 5:30 pm


Book Your Initial Consultation

We offer phone and online scheduling. Initial consultations last one hour and provide an opportunity to address your specific questions and goals with an attorney.


Directions to Pittsburgh, PA Office

Where is the Pittsburgh Office? Our Pittsburgh, PA office is located in The Grant Building at 310 Grant St., Suite 3130. If you are driving via I-376, take exit 71A to Grant St. The office will be on the right. If you are coming via PA-65 S or I-279 S, use the left lane to take the exit toward downtown Pittsburgh. Then, continue on Fort Pitt Blvd. Drive to Grant St.

Parking: Turn onto Forbes, about 500 feet in front of the office, and park in the Manor Garage. There is also an open lot across the street. Parking costs between $18 and $22.

Please be advised consultations are limited to yourself and the attorney (no other person may be present in the consultation). This appointment will be contingent upon a conflict check. We will email an appointment confirmation after the review is complete. If you have already met with a Cordell & Cordell attorney, please call 1-866-DADS-LAW to schedule your appointment.

A consultation fee is due at the time of your appointment.

Pittsburgh, PA Practice Areas

Divorce can be the most trying period in a man’s life. Cordell & Cordell, a domestic law firm, hopes to make it easier for you and your children. Cordell & Cordell offers legal representation in Peoria, Arizona and surrounding areas. Our divorce attorneys are committed to delivering the best service and fight to be a partner men can count on.

Frequently Asked Pittsburgh, PA Questions

How long do I have to live in Pittsburgh before I can file for divorce?

Either party must have resided in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for at least six months immediately prior to the commencement of a divorce action.

Is there a mandatory divorce waiting period in Pittsburgh?

Parties must wait 90 days from the latter of the date of filing of the divorce complaint or the date of service of the divorce complaint on the non-filing party before they may proceed.

After 90 days have expired, the length of the divorce depends on how quickly the parties can resolve any outstanding issues of dividing their marital estate.

How can I serve my spouse in Pittsburgh? What happens if my attempts to serve my spouse do not work?

Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 1930.4 governs rules for service. In addition to these rules, simultaneous service by certified and regular mail is permitted.

If the certified mail is refused, but the regular mail is not returned within 15 days, service may be deemed complete. If the regular mail is returned as unclaimed then service must be accomplished by other means.

Service must be complete with 30 days of the filing of the complaint, or 90 days if service is taking place outside of the Commonwealth.

What are the specific forms I will need to file for a divorce in Pittsburgh?

You need to file a Complaint in Divorce and some proof of service of the complaint on the non-filing party (the defendant). The defendant can submit an Acceptance of Service in conformity with Pennsylvania Rule of Civil Procedure 1930.4(d).

Where do I file for divorce in Pittsburgh?

You may file for divorce at your county Prothonotary’s office, also called the Department of Court Records in some counties.

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Pennsylvania State Resources

Laws can vary from state to state.
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Why Hire
Cordell & Cordell?

Men hire Cordell & Cordell because the firm’s entire focus is on aggressively championing the rights of men and fathers through divorce. Our attorneys understand how the deck is often stacked against guys in family law and are committed to leveling the playing field by providing the legal guidance and resources needed to give them a fair chance at success.