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Category Archives: Child Custody

Child Custody: What’s Best for the Children?

Child Custody: What’s Best for the Children?

An overarching consideration in custody disputes is what arrangement is in the best interest of the child. The best interest of a child is a broad and vague criteria, as the way to raise a child is subject to personal preference and varying professional philosophy. When couples divorce, they will often exaggerate or overcompensate their … Continue reading Child Custody: What’s Best for the Children?

Grandparent’s Rights in a Child Custody Case

Grandparent’s Rights in a Child Custody Case

Child custody laws in Pennsylvania can be confusing. Instead of using terms like “visitation,” the laws categorizes several different levels of custody that a parent can obtain. This can be challenging for grandparents, who often seek visitation rights to ensure they can spend some time with their grandchildren. When it comes to grandparents in PA, … Continue reading Grandparent’s Rights in a Child Custody Case

Can Obesity Factor in your Child Custody Case?

Can Obesity Factor in your Child Custody Case?

One of the most emotional and contentious discussions during and after a divorce involves the custody of your child. Some couples use the children as leverage against the other, other couples decide to rise above their differences and have combined outings to maintain a sense for normalcy for the children. Most couples, however, realize that … Continue reading Can Obesity Factor in your Child Custody Case?