We Share the Seven Biggest Custody Concerns of Lancaster County Parents

By Robert M Going, Jr., Attorney When a parent must start planning for custody agreements, there are a lot of details to consider. Balancing the practical aspects with the emotional implications can be challenging and stressful. But it can help to remember that many other Lancaster County parents have faced the same issues. In this article, we share seven concerns shared by many Pennsylvania…

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How to Prepare for a Fair Custody Agreement in Pennsylvania

By Robert. M. Going, Jr., Attorney Divorce is one of the most stressful life experiences a person can have. When children are involved, the process becomes exponentially more frustrating and complicated. While contentious custody battles can be hard on parents, they can be even harder on children. However, the stress of custody hearings can be significantly reduced for both parents and children by ensuring…

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Grandparents Have Rights in Lancaster County. We Reveal When Grandparents may be Granted Visitations or Even Custody.

By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney The role grandparents play in their grandchildren’s lives can vary widely. It can be infrequent visits, serving as regular babysitters, or becoming live-in members of the household. And while these more traditional roles might be preferable for some, sometimes grandparents end up taking on more responsibility in raising their grandchildren. From 1970 to 2010, the percentage of children…

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Child Custody in Lancaster County can be Hard on Children. We Share Tips for Making it Easier on the Kids.

By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney During the divorce process, couples can often find themselves in a whirlwind of emotions. Even if things are amicable between the spouses, there can be immense stress as they each figure out how to begin a new life. And if things don’t go smoothly, the resentment and pain can be overwhelming. However, when a divorcing couple has kids,…

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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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