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Do Grandparents have Standing to Pursue Legal and Physical Custody of a Child?
Do Grandparents have Standing to Pursue Legal and Physical Custody of a Child?

The Superior Court recently issued an opinion concerning whether a grandmother had standing to pursue legal and physical custody against the biological mother. In this case, the child and mother lived with grandmother for a few years. Later, when mother and child moved out, ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

  • Relocation and its Impact on Existing Custody Orders

    The Court’s procedure in relocation of a parent with some custody of a minor child has been codified at 23 Pa.C.S.A. 5337(h): “(h) Relocation factors. ...

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  • What Factors must a Court Address in Determining the Modification of a Custody Arrangement?

    The Pennsylvania Legislature has adopted an enumerated list of sixteen factors to decide issues of custody in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 23 ...

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  • Pennsylvania Changes Child Custody Laws

    On September 3, 2013, Pennsylvania instituted new rules of procedure which will affect not only new custody cases, but pending custody cases as well. ...

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  • Grandparent Child Custody Rights

    Grandparents’ rights to visitation and child custody are governed by whether they have standing under Sections 5324 and 5325 of Title 23. If a court ...

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  • Contempt Petitions and Custody Modification

    The Pennsylvania Superior Court, in the recent case of G.A. v. D.L., 2013 Pa. Super. 168, filed July 3, 2013, decided the question of whether or not ...

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  • Child Custody in Pennsylvania

    Matters involving custody of your children can be extremely stressful for all parties involved. The issues can be complex and have lasting effects on ...

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  • Districts Required to Subsidize Private School Transportation Where There is Equal Joint Custody

    Commonwealth Court Decides that Separated Parents who live in Different School Districts, each within Ten Miles of a Private School, who have Equal ...

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  • Custody Jurisdiction: Relocation to PA

    Under existing law, the basic jurisdiction to allow custody to be determined in the courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is determined by the ...

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  • A Court May Not Use A Custody Contempt Petition To Modify A Custody Order

    Earlier this week, on November 13, 2012, the Pennsylvania Superior Court issued a decision in a case where the trial court dismissed a motion for ...

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