Child custody is one of the most difficult issues a parent faces during divorce. Because of the importance of the relationships parents have with their children, it is extremely important to preserve them after separation from a spouse. In Pennsylvania, the courts will look at what is in the best interest of the child(ren) when they consider child custody. Generally speaking, if the parents do not work out their own custody arrangements in negation, the courts will emphasize ongoing healthy continued relationships with both parents and look at all variables to determine what custodial arrangement works best for the child(ren). If you and your loved ones are working through these issues, I am prepared to bring my comprehensive knowledge and experience to help you reach a best possible outcome.
With more than 25 years of experience, I can protect your rights to raise your children in a healthy, thriving environment. I will do everything I can to build the strongest possible case to help you maintain the best relationship possible with your child(ren). It is important to note that the courts consider many factors when making their judgments. If there is any criminal history involved in a family, the court will determine the child's best interest. In addition, if one parent seeks to relocate, he or she has to go through an extensive process to give proper notice and potentially address a hearing. The major consideration is whether it substantially affects a child's ability to see a parent. Regardless of the custody issue you are working through, I will handle it based on my extensive knowledge of Pennsylvania and Montgomery County & Bucks County law and procedure. To schedule an initial consultation with me, call 610-279-6615 or email .
The Law Office of Betty Lupo represents clients throughout the Main Line and Valley Forge regions of Pennsylvania, in the cities of Norristown, King of Prussia, Doylestown, Lower Merion, Blue Bell, Radnor, Villanova, Bryn Mawr, Ardmore, Berwyn, Philadelphia, Paoli, Belmont Hills, Phoenixville, Willow Grove, Horsham and Lansdale, and throughout Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County and Chester County.