When people have children together and decide to end their relationship with one another and consider a PA Divorce, custody issues may become a concern. For some, reaching an agreement is easy but for others, it may prove to be quite complicated. Reaching a child custody agreement becomes problematic when a spouse wishes to disconnect their children from the other party involved and refuses to handle the situation in a mature fashion. The best advice for dealing with a child custody issue in PA is to hire an attorney to represent you.

 

Regardless of whether your situation is amicable or not, obtaining a lawyer can be helpful. If you and your spouse are in agreement regarding custody arrangements, a lawyer can assist with creating the stipulation and consent form. A stipulation is a written statement outlining the agreement reached and a consent form is for the judge to provide approval on behalf of the court. When drafting a stipulation, it is important to be very thorough in order to avoid potential conflicts. An attorney can help with this process because they have experience in the field and as a result, understand what needs to be addressed when drafting the stipulation and consent form.

 

When dealing with a conflicted situation it is important to note that child custody law differs from state to state, with some states granting more favor to the mother. Child custody in PA enforces a policy that negates providing preferential treatment to either parent and instead, places the emphasis on the unique relationship that the child, or children in question, have with each parent. The decision for what is best for the child is then based on the assessment of those relationships. As your lawyer, we will provide all necessary information about these processes and inform you of the issues that may arise during the decision making process.

 

When a child custody arrangement is made, the type of custody granted to each spouse must be declared whether it is temporary, sole, split, or joint custody. There are also subcategories to these fields (for example: joint custody may refer to either joint legal custody, shared physical custody, or a combination of the two set forth by a special agreement).

 

To help with the logistics of dealing with child custody in PA, hire one of our legal experts to handle your case. There are a lot of components to family law and hiring an attorney to handle your case is exactly what you should do. Contact us for a consultation. We guarantee to provide peace of mind as you receive helpful guidance throughout the duration of your case.

 

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