"Malicious Parent Syndrome", or "Malicious Mother Syndrome" as it's sometimes known, is characterized by extreme behavior on the part of a parent during custody and divorce proceedings. Men and women in Pennsylvania can suffer from this syndrome and it's impact can be felt throughout custody proceedings.
People often become confused and overwhelmed when they are considering filing for custody. How do I file for custody? Can I do that? Can the other parent take my child? Does the other parent have to know about this? You're not alone in feeling overwhelmed. This blog post will explain some of the basics of child custody here in Pennsylvania based on commonly asked questions.