Montgomery County Child Custody Attorneys
Securing a Plan that Supports Your Child’s Best Interests
Providing high-quality legal representation at a reasonable cost while continuing to exceed the expectations of our clients. One of the most important and emotional aspects of any divorce action is negotiating a child custody agreement if there are minor children involved. It is important to have an attorney on your side who understands your goals and can balance these desires with the best interest of the child standard that the Pennsylvania courts use when evaluating any custody matters. At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. in Norristown, Pennsylvania, we are here to help you make these important decisions.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation so we can learn about your circumstances and expectations regarding a child custody matter.
What are the Types of Child Custody Options?
Our experienced child custody lawyers can help you negotiate all of the following components of a detailed child custody agreement:
- Parenting plans and visitation schedules that cover all school schedules, extracurricular activities, holidays, and days of special meaning, such as one parent's birthday
- Relocations and move-aways
- Legal custody, including decision authority concerning health care, schooling, and religion
- Physical custody, such as sole custody or shared, joint custody, which many of the courts prefer
Although many people believe that mothers are usually granted primary physical custody, Pennsylvania family law does not state a gender preference and always looks at what arrangement will be in the best interest of the child. Our firm has been successful in obtaining primary physical custody for both mothers and fathers.
We advocate that the process of drafting and negotiating a comprehensive child custody agreement be as open and creative as possible however if a resolution cannot be reached we are fully prepared to litigate a matter when necessary. Our experienced attorneys have negotiated and tried hundreds of cases.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced Montgomery County child custody lawyer to help figure out a fair and reasonable child custody agreement, please call us at (610) 624-2006.