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Protecting Your And Your Children’s Best Interests
Child custody concerns affect individuals in many situations. Often, the parents are going through divorce. In other instances, one parent must relocate for work. Perhaps your current custody arrangement just isn’t working out anymore and you need to change it. If one parent repeatedly fails to follow the custody order, you may want to consider filing a contempt action. What if you are deadlocked on where the child will go to school?
At Rowe Law Offices, P.C., we represent mothers, fathers, grandparents, stepparents and other relatives. Our mission is to ensure that your relationships with your children are protected and that your rights are upheld.
Our Pennsylvania law firm assists clients throughout Berks, Lancaster, York, Schuylkill and Montgomery counties and the Lehigh Valley, advising them regarding a variety of child custody issues. These include:
- Joint or sole legal custody
- Primary, partial or shared/joint physical custody
- Child visitation
- Rights of fathers
- Grandparents’ custody and visitation
- Contempt and petitions for special relief
- A parental relocating with a child
- Disputes involving parents who live in multiple states
- Providing for children with special needs
- Changes to child custody agreements (modifications)
- Violations of custody orders
- Homing schooling
- Child custody conferences
- The pretrial process
- Custody trials and hearings
Helping You With Child Custody Conferences
If you just got served with papers and have a custody conference scheduled, you need experienced legal advice and guidance. If you need to file for custody, either initially or a modification, we are here to provide experienced, sensible counsel.
Custody conferences are held before a custody master, and they provide an opportunity to resolve the case. We do our best to negotiate a favorable agreement. If the parties cannot agree, the master will issue a recommendation. If neither party files exceptions, the recommendation is signed by the judge and goes into effect.
Talk To An Experienced Child Custody Lawyer For Free
To learn more about physical or legal custody in Pennsylvania, turn to the experienced family law attorneys at Rowe Law Offices, P.C. We offer a free, face-to-face initial consultation.