In Pennsylvania, is it possible to have sole legal custody? Legal custody determines who makes important decisions for a child, such as decisions about education, health care, and religion. In most cases, parents share legal custody of their children. But there are some cases where one parent may be awarded sole legal custody. Learn more in this video.
If you would like to explore your options regarding legal custody, you should speak with an experienced West Chester attorney. At Potts, Shoemaker & Grossman, LLC, our attorneys are prepared to assist you in finding the best approach for your individual situation. To schedule a confidential consultation, contact us at (610) 840-2626.