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Gonser and Gonser Attorneys

The Law Office of Andrew W. Gonser, PA was established on September 1, 2005.

Just four months later, William (“Bill”) Gonser retired from DuPont after 36 years and 9 months and joined Andrew (“Drew”) to form Gonser and Gonser, PA.  In doing so, Drew and Bill agreed from the outset that customer service would be the cornerstone of their practice.



“The foundation of Gonser and Gonser must be world class customer service.”

1. Professional

Being an attorney is being a professional. Working in a law firm is a professional job. We must conduct ourselves at all times in a professional manner.

2. Responsive

The most important element in any successful relationship is, first and foremost, listening. Everyone wants to feel they are being heard especially during emotional times.

3. Prepared

Being prepared means more than just being prepared for Court appearance, which goes without saying. It also means, knowing the law, past and present.

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“Nancy Gorman was amazing! Losing my sister, the only remaining member of my immediate family left and the nightmare of her estate was extremely difficult for me. Nancy was extremely supportive, understanding and patient throughout the process. I could not have asked for better representation.”

– KL

“Thank you all once again. Outstanding attorney. My daughter and I will now have more time to spend together thanks to her and the Gonser Team! Greatly appreciated!”


“We appreciated Nancy’s professionalism and patience.”
Professional yet personal. We liked that! Good listener, compassionate and willing to find out answers to hard questions.


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Q: What is the standard custody arrangement that the Court’s follow?

A: There is no standard default. However, the Court analyzes what are called the best interest factors and applies them to the specifics of each case to determine the appropriate custodial arrangement.

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