Parenting Plans In Pennsylvania

A Pennsylvania parenting plan or custody agreement allows parents who agree on the custody of their children to forgo going to court to fight about the custody of their child. A Pennsylvania custody agreement can be used post-divorce or post-separation of the parents.

A good Pennsylvania custody agreement / parenting plan should always include a visitation schedule and name the primary residence of any child (children). There are many different types of child custody in Pennsylvania and you need to be informed about their differences before filing any custody documents with your local Pennsylvania court.

Parents considering a custody agreement should think about their work schedules, the child’s schedule, and those duties each parent has been responsible for up until this point. The goal should always be the best interests of your children.

Our team of experienced family law attorneys can walk you through the ins and outs of Pennsylvania’s custody laws. It would be our pleasure to draft a custody agreement for you or to review one on your behalf. Emotions can run high during custody situations, we understand. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss your child custody concerns whether you would like a custody agreement, to file for custody, or modify a custody order.

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