In these uncertain times in which social distancing and self-quarantining are the norms, parents who are divorced or separated face additional challenges. How do you successfully co-parent when your child’s health may be at stake? Many complexities have surfaced as judges struggle
Month: April 2020
One sentence you can expect to hear in a TV show or movie featuring police is, “You have the right to remain silent.” You may even hear a character refer to this as “Miranda rights,” although you may be uncertain what that
When you are going through a divorce in Pennsylvania, you are going through many life changes. It is difficult to plan financially for the future given the pace of your divorce and the number of issues you could experience along the way.
When a child is born to unmarried parents, the biological father does not initially have rights. If the father wishes to be in the child’s life or the mother wants to receive child support, paternity must be established. A father who chooses