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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has issued new rules to protect personal information for those persons involved with the courts. When you hire a lawyer to help you with whatever kind of situation you are facing, protecting your identity and personal information is probably one of the last things you think about.
Parents aren’t the only family members who are afforded the right to seek custody of children in PA. Grandparents may also have the right to seek sole or primary custody, partial custody, or visitation of their grandchildren. Find out how.
When a parent with primary or shared custody of a child is moving, what is legally expected of them? Learn more about child location custody, what are your rights, and what options are available to you.
The importance of finding the right family lawyer is crucial when dealing with divorce, custody agreements, and child support. Check out the Three C’s of choosing a family lawyer to help you make the right decision for you and your family.
When dealing with a Protection from Abuse (PFA) case, it is important for both sides to understand the procedure and it’s ramifications. Learn more about PFA’s: how long they last, what kinds there are, and how they’ll impact your life.
When you are seeking child custody, there are many questions you will want answered. Check out the answers to the typical questions parents have when beginning the child custody process. Learn more today.
It’s tempting to use social media to garner sympathy in a custody. However your behavior on social media can often negatively impact your custody case. Check out some helpful tips on how to handle social media when you’re seeking custody.
Fighting about property and asset division in a divorce can be challenging, but it might be worse when the couple did not enter into a marriage as the legal rights of each are minimal and sometimes blurred. Learn more.
Divorce and shared custody can be emotionally draining for both the parents and the child. Learn more about effective co-parenting in the wake of a divorce to ensure your children grow up happy and emotionally healthy.