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    Why you should get a custody agreement and custody basics

    Download: Custody Guide

    Custody guide pic.jpgWhen parents separate or divorce, the kids are often thrown into a chaotic and new situation because parents just aren't prepared. Or, many find themselves well established in an unfair or biased custody arrangement with no consistency for their kids.

    For anyone facing difficulties with their child custody situation, the Custody Guide is a great place to get started. First, see why and how a custody agreement is more than just an agreement and who benefits the most. Then brush up on the language of custody in Pennsylvania - understanding the many forms and which works for your family will help with starting your case.

    Different types of custody available to families could dramatically improve relationships between kids and parents, both parents, and relationships with extended family. However, there are situations where that might not be in the best interests of the child. With many options available and the help of an experienced custody lawyer, you can have a say in protecting your child's best interests.

    Please download the Custody Guide by clicking the icon or the link above. Feel free to call our office to set up your consultation with an experienced Doylestown custody lawyer, (215) 693-6191. Or submit an inquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.

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