When your marriage or alternative family relationship ends and there are minor children involved, coming to agreement on custody and visitation arrangements can be difficult.
The family law attorneys at Trinity Law can help you understand all your options when it comes to child custody and visitation, so you can still play a meaningful role in the growth and development of your children.
With offices throughout central PA, our team of lawyers are ready to help. Contact us to schedule an initial consultation.
Practicing family law can be difficult, with each case bringing new challenges & emotions. Here are three reasons why a family law attorney still enjoys it.
Couples often look to a mediator to help facilitate their divorce. While this can help, you also want someone looking out for your best interests.
Here’s what you need to know about custody laws for grandparents in Pennsylvania, including the requirements for full and partial custody. A recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling has changed the situations in which a grandparent can file for partial custody of a grandchild.
Blended families present a wide array of practical, social, emotional and legal issues.
According to the Pennsylvania Custody Act, grandparents may obtain either primary or partial physical custody rights to their grandchildren. Learn more about these.
When a married couple separates and divorces or a couple who has children without benefit of marriage separates, which parent gets majority custody of the children often becomes a heated issue in family law. Unfortunately, increasingly we are seeing in society where neither the mother nor the father ends up with majority custody of the […]