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What to consider when discussing child custody

Child custody orders are critical tools for parents who are not in an intact family, and securing a fair order should be a top priority when parents separate. While people might expect the courts to design these orders, oftentimes, it is the parents who do so through mediation or collaboration.

Parents: Why it's important to have formal court orders in place

When parents separate or divorce, the relationship may not end overnight. There can be a transition period where spouses attempt to reconcile or live separately in the same home. This may be ideal for two parents who want to spend as much time as possible with their children, but what happens when the reconciliation efforts fail? 

Important tips for summer traveling when you share custody

Summer vacation is typically synonymous with relaxing, slowing down and enjoying more time as a family. However, as relaxing as we might want summer to be, it often takes some work to make it so -- especially if you are a parent who shares custody of your children.

What does custodial interference look like?

Sharing custody of your child with his or her other parent is not an easy situation, particularly if you do not like or trust that person. You might spend much of your time worrying if your child is happy and safe, and you can become understandably upset if your ex is not complying with your custody order.

Why spring is the time to think about summer custody plans

You might still be recovering from spring break, but summer is right around the corner. If you are a parent sharing custody of your child in Pennsylvania, then it can be wise to start thinking about any plans you or the other parent of your child have for the summer school break.

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