Back to School Custody Issues: Co-parenting issues in the age of COVID-19

Due to the growing uncertainty surrounding in-person education, many parents are currently struggling to choose the appropriate schooling avenue for their children during back to school custody conversations. Although the back-to-school season is difficult for married couples, divorced parents typically struggle even more to determine logistics and establish routines. Typically,…...

5 FAQs About Filing for Divorce

Family Lawyer If you’re thinking about divorce, you probably have many questions. A divorce is governed by the state in which you live, so the procedures may vary a little. Here are some things to know about filing for divorce and getting started. Where Do You File for Divorce?  Most…...

Domestic Abuse in its Various Forms

  Domestic violence or domestic abuse is considered to be one of the top health concerns in the country. Domestic abuse is defined as a pattern of coercive, controlling behavior that is used to maintain power and control over another partner. Domestic violence includes behaviors that physically harm, arouse fear,…...

Does Spousal Abuse Affect My Divorce?

When your spouse is abusing you, you may decide that divorce is the best option. You should never feel threatened to stay in a relationship and or coerced to stay in a relationship because your spouse makes empty promises to change. Instead, call a good family law attorney to see…...

Legal Separation: Can a Lawyer Help?

You’ve made the tough decision to separate from your spouse. In Pennsylvania, you only have three status options. You are single, married or divorced. There is technically no such thing as being legally separated. However, if you decide to separate from your spouse, you may be dealing with some of…...