A child custody case can be an especially stressful time for you, the opposing party, and your child(ren). Everyone’s future can appear uncertain and you may be tempted to act out or even shut down. To give yourself the best possible chance at resolving your case favorably, we suggest giving these five things a try….

Creating a custody plan requires thorough planning, dedication, and compromise. In high-conflict cases when parents cannot come to an agreement cordially, Parenting Coordinators can be used. Are they right for you and your situation? What is a Parenting Coordinator? A Parenting Coordinator is a trained, certified, and court-appointed attorney or mental health professional assigned to…

If you know anyone who has been divorced, or have been divorced yourself, you know the divorce process is stressful and sometimes time consuming.  If you are considering filing for divorce, or know some else who may be contemplating divorce, here are my recommendations for actions to take prior to filing a Divorce Complaint to…

*This article was originally published in Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, Volume 42, Issue No. 4 MYTH #1: Arbitration costs more than litigation. REALITY: A poorly managed arbitration can cost more than litigation; however, the efficiencies and flexibility of the process offset the added fees for the arbitrator, making arbitration less costly than litigation. The process is streamlined….

By nature, divorce can be, at best, a difficult and expensive process. From the inherent emotionality of child custody and relocation, to the complexities associated with the distribution of assets and spousal support, the legal costs of dissolving the marriage can leave each party with a fraction of the marital estate they created. Litigation costs…