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In July 2020 I wrote a blog discussing Covid 19 custody issues that parents should anticipate and address in advance. For example – would routine custody exchanges continue to take place? How would remote learning be handled if it became [...Read More]
Since the beginning of time, child custody practitioners have been asked by clients or prospective clients, “what about my child’s preference in custody? Won’t the Court listen to them?” How old do they have to be for the Court to [...Read More]
There is no doubt that the Covid–19 pandemic has (for better or worse) impacted all areas of our lives. As a family law practitioner, an immediate impact was felt in the custody arena. The first wave of issues surrounded the [...Read More]
There is no question that separation or divorce is stressful on everyone involved, but it can be particularly stressful for children of the separating or divorcing couple. The degree of stress varies, though, as not all children will react the [...Read More]
November 17th was National Adoption Day. Adoptions are one of the few truly joyous moments that a family law practitioner has the honor of facilitating. Pennsylvania has an Adoption Act codified at 23 Pa.C.S. § 2101, et seq. which discusses [...Read More]
As some of the major holidays are approaching, now is an excellent time to locate and dust off your custody order and read through it, especially those paragraphs that discuss Trick-or-Treat, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza and/or New Years. If the [...Read More]
On August 9, 2018, The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania entered an order which authorizes the use of a Parenting Coordinator in custody cases involving repeated or intractable conflict between parties. The Rule provides that a Parenting Coordinator may be used [...Read More]