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  • Changes to Domestic Relations Act Expand Who May Seek Custody- Third Party Standing
    Changes to Domestic Relations Act Expand Who May Seek Custody- Third Party Standing

    The PA Legislature has recognized the dramatic changes over the past few years in parents no longer being able to raise children By Attorney Jeffrey B. Engle, Esq. , Custody Attorney, Harrisburg, PA ...

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  • Child Custody- New Statute Affects Older Cases
    Child Custody- New Statute Affects Older Cases

    The New Child Custody Law became effective on January 24, 2011 and equally applies to cases old and new. The often asked question when a new law passes is "which law applies to my case...the new one ...

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  • Contempt Proceedings in Custody Matters
    Contempt Proceedings in Custody Matters

    The Penalties and ramifications for non-compliance with a lawful custody order are severe. Further, disobedience may lead to an alteration of the custodial schedule. By Attorney Jeffrey B. Engle, ...

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  • PA Paternity- How is it determined? By Presumption
    PA Paternity- How is it determined? By Presumption

    An examination of the Presumption of Paternity There are various ways of determining paternity. We have previously examined some of those ways, such as blood testing . However, did you know that you ...

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  • 3 strategic tips for a relocation child custody case
    3 strategic tips for a relocation child custody case

    Divorce and child custody issues are emotionally charged and difficult, and parental relocation is no exception. If you want to move out of Pennsylvania with your child, you probably have a lot of ...

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  • Portion of Grandparent's Rights Act Stricken as Unconstitutional
    Portion of Grandparent's Rights Act Stricken as Unconstitutional

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court determines that provision allowing grandparents to seek custody/visitation if parents are separated for six months violates due process . The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ...

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