Family law matters such as divorce, custody, alimony and child support are some of the most emotionally difficult issues that a person ever faces. For this reason alone, divorcing spouses need divorce lawyers to help them through the process. Divorces also come with a complex set of personal issues, many of which are short term and divorce related, such as who gets to use the house during the divorce (known as interim exclusive possession in Pennsylvania), or whether alimony pendente lite (short term alimony during the divorce process) is appropriate.
Sometimes parents worry because they are afraid of what will happen at a custody hearing. What happens when a parent moves out of the marital residence and relocates to a new address? What if the parent wishes to relocate with the children? What happens to custody then? Will any parental custody rights be lost? What are these parental custody rights? Many times, all that is needed is good advice from a knowledgeable attorney who is there for you.
Along with child custody, divorce and equitable distribution issues come the child support and spousal support or alimony issues. It can all seem so overwhelming. Add in the problems presented by custody relocation issues, and your entire world can seem to be upside down. But all you need is one attorney to guide you through it all.
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