A parenting plan is simply a legal agreement that two separated or divorced parents sit down and make together. Basically, it is simply a specific schedule for the children and the parents and allows some semblance of order into the chaos. This plan is designed to outline where visitation will take place, when it will … Continue reading Parenting Plan? What’s That?
On behalf of Law Offices of Peter J. Russo, P.C. posted in Domestic Violence on Friday, April 22, 2016. When a Pennsylvania resident has been subjected to acts of violence at the hands of a loved one, addressing the matter in court can be a challenge. Many times, victims of domestic violence are in a … Continue reading Social media plays a role in landmark domestic violence case
There are numerous different types of custody for children, and it is important that you understand each one when going through a divorce. Sometimes, with the numerous names and the legal jargon involved in the divorce process, custody concepts are easily confused. The best way to understand the different types of child custody or visitation … Continue reading How Will I Ever Understand the Numerous Types of Child Custody?
Telling your children, you are about to get a divorce can not only be difficult, but it can be stressful as well. The number one thing you need to realize is that this conversation is not going to be easy. The first thing you should tell your child is that you love them. The first … Continue reading Getting Divorced is Already Emotional; How am I Going to Tell the Kids?
On behalf of Law Offices of Peter J. Russo, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Thursday, April 7, 2016. In most child custody cases, the parties are divorced parents who are struggling over the care and custody of a shared child. There are cases in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, however, that do not fit his mold. … Continue reading Child custody dispute focuses on little girl’s ancestry
Divorce is hard on the entire family. The parents are not the only ones who suffer during the process. Children have a hard time with family change as well. Children are best able to cope with divorce when their parents are attentive to what they need. Parents should work together to ensure that both are … Continue reading Divorce is Emotional, But You Can Help Your Children Cope