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Voicing concerns about your grandchild

As a grandparent, you will love and care for your grandchildren as though they were your own children, but that does not mean that you have the automatic legal right to visitation or custody over them that a direct parent would have. This is why it is such a difficult situation when grandparents have concerns about the welfare of their grandchildren.

How to enforce unpaid child support

As a primary custodian, successfully gaining a child support order may be a great relief, since it can be very difficult to raise a child as a single parent, especially from a financial perspective. However, when the other parent stops paying the child support with no warning, it can mean that you as the primary custodian can suffer considerably, and you may be unsure of what you can do in order to enforce the child support order.

Is your child support order becoming harder to honor?

Maybe things did not go as you planned in life, and you are now the non-custodial parent of a child. This likely means you and your former partner spent some time in court while a judge ordered you to pay child support, or you agreed to pay your fair share during mediation. Whether you were happy to make the payments or felt oppressed by the obligation, you understand that failing to fulfill your duty can bring serious negative consequences.

Is hiding assets during a divorce legal?

If you are contemplating divorce or starting the process of going through a divorce, it may have occurred to you that there is a lot at stake when it comes to dividing assets. Generally, the more assets that a household has, the more complicated it is to successfully and fairly divide them during a divorce. This is because there is more to lose, and high asset couples tend to be more lucrative in terms of wanting to get a successful outcome for themselves.

When parents disagree: The custody process in Pennsylvania

When a divorce or separation occurs, a lot of changes will need to take place as well, especially if children are involved. It is very important that disputes involving children are handled carefully, since these abrupt changes may already be difficult for them to adapt to.

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