In a custody dispute in Pennsylvania, there are 16 statutory factors which give guidance as to the best interest of the children. These factors help judges determine which parent will be awarded primary, shared, or partial physical custody in a physical custody case.
In some cases supervision of such time as necessary. This takes place in situations involving drugs, alcohol, or other problems scenarios. We can help you strategically establish the best schedule/decision making process available in all child custody scenarios.
In some cases legal custody can also be raised as an issue. Legal custody is the right to make major decisions for children, such as decisions as to what schools they will attend, what doctors should treat them, and in what religion they should be raised. We can assist in either settling such issues or presenting the best arguments to a judge in order to obtain appropriate results for your situation.