Working side-by-side with you to help resolve family law issues
At Graff & Associates, LLC, our team of experienced attorneys provides you with personalized services for a wide range of family law matters. We understand that family law issues can affect every aspect of your life. With our collective knowledge of the laws and practices in Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Bucks, and Chester counties, we have the skills and expertise needed to help you achieve the results you want.
Areas of Practice
Alimony / Spousal Support
Enforcement and Modification of Agreements and Court Orders
Protection From Abuse
Building a Brighter Future
We understand how stressful family law issues can be and the impact they can have on your day-to-day life. It is vital to work with lawyers committed to understanding your circumstances and developing a strategy to protect your family, finances, and future.
To learn how Graff & Associates can facilitate the resolution of your family law issues, we invite you to call 215-572-6868 or send us a message online to arrange a free consultation.
Meet Your Advocates
“You cannot go back and make a brand new start. But you can start now and make a brand new ending.”
Caron P. Graff
Caron P. Graff is the founder of the Jenkintown law firm of Graff & Associates, LLC. As a member of the American, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and Montgomery County Bar Associations, Ms. Graff exclusively represents clients in all types of family law matters, including divorce, child support, custody, visitation, and other areas of family law.
"Die with memories, not dreams." – Unknown
Ilana B. Feldman
Ilana B. Feldman received her JD from the Widener University School of Law in 1991. She is a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and has been with Graff & Associates, LLC for the past fourteen years. She represents clients in all types of family law matters and also provides legal assistance for varied real estate matters.
“We must all face the choice between what is right and what is easy.” – A.W.D.
Heather A. White
Heather A. White is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.. Ms. White is a graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law, practicing exclusively in family law issues, including support, custody, equitable distribution, adoption, and mediation. Ms. White has been with Graff & Associates for over 15 years.
“What we fear of doing most is usually what we most need to do.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Adam I. Ginsberg
Adam I. Ginsberg received his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration at Drexel University and his JD from Widener University Delaware Law School. Mr. Ginsberg has worked at Graff & Associates ever since he graduated from Law School. Before working at Graff & Associates, he interned at the Law Offices of Stanley J. Ellenberg, where he assisted clients with immigration, personal injury, and business matters. Today, Mr. Ginsberg specializes in family law issues, including divorce, custody, and support.
“Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do.” - Potter Stewart
Michael E. Houghton
Mr. Houghton is a native of Philadelphia. Mr. Houghton is a graduate of the American University in Washington, D.C., having attained a Bachelors of the Arts in Political Science. After college, he earned his J.D. at Widener University Law School. Mr. Houghton has been practicing criminal defense, DUI & traffic law, debt resolution, appeals, and family law in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties since 2008.
Recent Blog Posts
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Consider all assets in the property division process
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