Unmarried Parents: Who Gets Custody?

Posted on November 12th, 2019 in Child Custody/Support

Parents that decide to separate have made a hard decision that affects both their lives and the children they’ve had together. But deciding who ultimately gets custody and is responsible for them financially is dependent on how well they get along and if they can agree upon a resolution. If not, then it will be […]

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Can Parental Alienation Determine Custody?

Posted on November 8th, 2019 in Child Custody/Support

Parental alienation occurs when one parent isolates a child from the other parent through manipulation, usually through words or actions. The child may feel fear of discipline or guilt due to this parent’s abuse, and make no mistake, this is child abuse. Often, if a pattern of parental alienation is established it can determine a […]

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How Joint Custody Impacts Where a Child Attends School

Posted on April 1st, 2019 in Child Custody/Support

If two Pennsylvania parents have joint physical custody and live in separate residences, they may have questions as to where their child will attend school. If a parenting plan was agreed on and put into place at the time of the divorce, issues regarding the child’s education likely were decided at that time and the parenting […]

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Helping Grandparents Who are Seeking Visitation Rights

Posted on March 4th, 2019 in Child Custody/Support

When a grandparent is unable to spend time with their grandchild, they may experience an incredible amount of emotional pain. Furthermore, the estrangement of a grandparent can also have a negative impact on children. In Scranton, Pennsylvania, people who are facing these challenges firsthand should make sure they explore all avenues and remain committed to […]

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