Child Custody Proceedings can be Stressful, Especially if You Make one of These 7 Mistakes.

By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney Divorce is never easy. The collapse of a relationship, the resentment about what each spouse may have done wrong, the financial stress, and countless other challenges make divorce one of the most difficult life events people can go through. And while the pain the spouse experience is a serious concern, the biggest priority must be the welfare of…

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Do You Know Which Child Custody Schedule is Right for Your Family? We Explain 60/40, 70/30, and Other Custody Arrangements.

By Robert M. Going, Attorney Marriages ending in divorce are never easy, especially when kids are involved. But one thing that can make it a little less stressful for the children is figuring out the best custody agreement for all parties involved. A good custody agreement can create a solid foundation for the future and can go a long way in diffusing emotional tension…

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Thinking About Assigning Power of Attorney? Learn What That Means in Lancaster County.

By Angela M. Ward, Attorney For Pennsylvania residents, power of attorney is a somewhat complicated topic. It can be difficult to think about–something associated with a time in which they could be physically or mentally unable to manage their own affairs. And while many prefer to think they will always be able to handle their finances and make decisions regarding health and legal issues,…

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Long-Distance Custody can be Challenging. We Share Tips for a Better Agreement Here.

By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney Divorce is an incredibly stressful process, but it can be particularly hard on children. And when parents end up settling far away from each other, things can be even thornier. A good custody agreement reduces the stress of divorce. More importantly, custody agreements ensure that children keep both parents in their lives–even if there is a significant distance…

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We Reveal Five Common Custody Mistakes and How Parents in Lancaster County can Avoid Them

Parents who are contemplating divorce or getting ready to determine child custody may have to deal with challenging emotions. It's hard to decide which custody agreement is fair, what is best for the child, and what is reasonable for the parents' schedules, relationships, and abilities. However, in most cases, each parent wants more time with their child or as much as they can get. But not every parent understands that what they do before, during, and after the divorce can impact custody decisions and even cause a judge to reduce their share of custody.

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All About Custody Schedules: 60/40, 70/30, Every Other Weekend, and More

By Robert M. Going, Jr, Attorney When a couple divorces and has children under the age of 18, it's time to establish a custody agreement. A custody agreement is a written document that maps out custody schedules and resolves any child custody and visitation issues. Some couples can negotiate this agreement themselves. Others require the help of a qualified family law attorney. To make…

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