Child Custody And Visitation

Experienced, Caring and Compassionate Counsel in Child Custody Matters

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.

As a parent, you want what is in the best interests of your child and you want to play a meaningful role in the growth and development of your children. An experienced lawyer can help you understand all your options, so that you can resolve your differences in ways that benefit everyone involved.

At the law office of Trinity Law, we bring over 30 years of experience to men and women throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania, including Harrisburg, Lancaster, York and Mechanicsburg. The hallmark of our practice has always been our commitment to provide caring and compassionate counsel that puts your needs first. Because of our extensive experience, we have the skill and experience to handle the complex issues that can arise from long-term marriages.

To set up a private consultation, contact our office online or call us at 717-843-8046 (toll-free at 866-464-5297).

Our Child Custody and Visitation Practice

We will help you establish and put in place child custody and visitation plans that are in the best interests of your minor children while protecting your rights as a parent. We will assist you at any stage of a custody or visitation dispute, from the determination of temporary orders while your divorce is in process to requests for modification or enforcement of existing child custody or visitation orders.

When working to resolve custody and visitation matters, we will look at legal custody as well as physical custody, taking the steps necessary to make certain that you have a voice in important decisions about your child’s well-being, from medical decisions to choices for school or church attendance.

We are familiar with mediation, custody conciliation, custody trials and the parent coordinator proceeding. The child custody laws in Pennsylvania change on a regular basis. At our office, we are committed to staying current with all changes and developments in the law, so that we can provide you with the best advice to protect your rights.