One of the most important issues to settle between separating parents is how much time each parent will spend with the children and where they will live. Many couples feel they simply cannot come to an agreement and that it would be better for the family court to determine a child custody arrangement. When deciding issues regarding child custody, courts in Pennsylvania will consider many factors including the preference of the child, the mental and physical health of the parents, and a number of other pertinent factors.
We understand firsthand the impact parental separation has on children. We have worked with psychological experts in a multitude of cases to come to a resolution that is in the best interest of the children.
We have litigated cases involving relocation requests, grandparents and other third parties requests for custody and visitation as well as cases involving addiction issues or other special circumstances.