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What “Change of Circumstances” Warrants a Modification?

What “Change of Circumstances” Warrants a Modification?

Child custody disputes can be tough on any family. Often, these disputes arise during the course of a divorce case.


Pennsylvania Child Relocation Actions – Forms 8, 9 and 10

Pennsylvania Child Relocation Actions – Forms 8, 9 and 10

At the time of divorce, one of the most important decisions that separating couples in Media and elsewhere who have children need to resolve is related to child custody.


Custody Arrangements for Summers and Holidays

Custody Arrangements for Summers and Holidays

Parents who are divorced must address child custody arrangements. During the school year, this can be easier to plan because the child usually has a set schedule.


Five Top Reasons to Seek a Child Custody Modification

Five Top Reasons to Seek a Child Custody Modification

Your existing child custody agreement might have made sense at the time it was ordered, but as life changes, a modification of that order could be warranted.


Understanding Custody and Relocation Requirements

Understanding Custody and Relocation Requirements

Sometimes, parents need to move for a job, for their education or may choose to move closer to family and friends. If parents have a child custody agreement in place, the move may be more complicated.


Creating a Successful Parenting Plan

Creating a Successful Parenting Plan

When Pennsylvania parents divorce, it can be very difficult for the children involved. Parents who make a parenting plan can create structure and regularity for their child custody arrangement after the divorce.


How Are Child-Custody Modifications Handled in Pennsylvania?

How Are Child-Custody Modifications Handled in Pennsylvania?

If you have a child custody order in Pennsylvania, you may wonder if you can change it later. Yes, and here are some things you need to know about child-custody modifications in Pennsylvania.


Parallel Parenting Puts the Focus Back on The Child

Parallel Parenting Puts the Focus Back on The Child

Co-parenting is a noble endeavor, but many parents find it challenging to execute in their daily lives. The cooperation and communication involved in effective co-parenting may not be possible for parents who are still harboring resentment towards one another


Getting out Of an Unfair Prenuptial Agreement in Pennsylvania

Getting out Of an Unfair Prenuptial Agreement in Pennsylvania

Many residents of Pennsylvania sign premarital agreements prior to their marriages, especially if the person has previously been married and divorced.


Helping Your Child Adjust to The Child Custody Agreement

Helping Your Child Adjust to The Child Custody Agreement

Children may be resilient, but they are also impacted by change. From infancy to the teenage years, divorce can significantly alter a child’s life and how they process the changes going on around them.