Family Law Blog

Starting Over: Grandparent Custody in Pennsylvania

By Kris Smull, Family Law Attorney My experience in the practice of family law and mediation services has shown me that the separation of parents not Read More

Pennsylvania Open Adoption Update

By Casey Johnson-Welsh, Family Law Attorney In the last few decades, the trend toward open adoptions has risen dramatically, with nearly 70 percent of all Read More

What is the Collaborative Divorce Process?

If you have heard the term “Collaborative divorce,” my experience tells me you’ve probably also heard a lot of misinformation about the topic. As a Read More

Divorce and Its Impact on Retirement Assets in Pennsylvania

One of the biggest challenges for couples facing divorce in PA and elsewhere, is how pensions or retirement savings are divided. It always helps to Read More

Know the Regs: Issues in Military Divorces, Child Custody & Support Matters

By Kristopher Smull, Family Law Attorney Many members of our military are in the National Guard and Reserve. As such, they can be called to Read More

PA Custody Factors: 16 Child Custody Factors Courts Consider

There are many elements that are considered and closely weighed when it comes to determining child custody for a divorcing family. Courts will want to Read More

Do you need a Pre-Nup?

By: Timothy J. Colgan, Family Lawyer “I love you with all my heart, but…” The gossip columns have been on fire with the news of Read More

Don’t Make A Move Without Talking to Us First

To real estate agents, the term “relocation” is all about moving their clients from one home to another. But to attorneys, especially those who practice Read More


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