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Can a person who is not the parent of the child seek custody?

Pennsylvania child custody attorney, Michael E. Bertin, discusses third party custody.

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Will the Preference of the Child Have Any Bearing on a Custody Case?

Pennsylvania family law attorney, Robert Whitelaw, answers the questions: Will the preference of the child have any bearing on a custody case?  & Will my child have to be interviewed if a custody matter is heard in court?

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Court May Modify Custody Without Petition to Modify

A common issue that faces ­family court judges and attorneys is whether a trial court can modify a child custody order when a matter before the court is not pursuant to a petition to modify custody. Oftentimes, this issue will present itself when a case is in court on a petition for contempt of a custody order or a petition to enforce a custody or...

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Custody Modification: Courts Can Do It Without A Petition To Modify If Proper Notice Is Given

A lot of times when parents file petitions with the court regarding enforcing a custody order or contempt, they also want the court to adjust the custody order.  Some think that the court can only change the custody order if a petition to modify custody is filed.  That is not the case. Continue Reading

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How Does Custody Time Spent With A Child Affect The Amount Of Child Support That Is Paid?

Pennsylvania child custody attorneys, David L. Ladov and Cara A. Boyanowksi, discuss how time spent with your child may affect child support.

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In Pennsylvania, How Are Legal Custody And Physical Custody Defined?

Child custody attorneys, Samantha J. Evian and Michael E. Bertin, talk about how legal custody and physical custody defined in Pennsylvania.

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What Do The Courts Look At In Determining Custody Of A Child In Pennsylvania?

Child custody law attorneys, Cara Boyanowski and Michael E. Bertin, share what the courts look at in determining custody of a child in Pennsylvania.

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When And How Can Child Custody Schedules Be Changed Or Modified?

Pennsylvania child custody attorneys, Robert I. Whitelaw and Michael E. Bertin, discuss when and how can child custody schedules be changed.     

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Will The Preference Of The Child Have Any Bearing On A Custody Case?

Robert Whitelaw answers the questions: Will the preference of the child have any bearing on a custody case?  & Will my child have to be interviewed if a custody matter is heard in court?

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Can a Person Who is Not the Parent of the Child Seek Custody?

Pennsylvania child custody attorney, Michael E. Bertin, discusses third party custody.

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