As a parent, we love our children and want them to be happy, well cared for, and safe. Parental instincts to do what is best for our children should be the rule, not the exception. Unfortunately, some parents are blinded by selfish agendas, or simply incapable of providing the stable home that every child deserves. Some people resort to all sorts of tactics to “win” a battle over an old relationship or marriage, no matter how much the child loses in love and support. Thus, parents frequently disagree about what is best for their child and who should have legal and residential custody, and what the parents’ respective access schedules should be.
The favorable resolution of custody disputes is vital to the present and future health, well-being, and development of your child. Pennsylvania Courts have the authority to make decisions in the “child’s best interest.” These decisions carry the weight of law and are enforceable by police, schools, and medical care providers.
Choosing the best representation increases the likelihood that you will be able to maintain discretion in determining the health, welfare, discipline, and education of your children