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Category Archives: Parent Coordination
November 8th, 2019

Divorce can have many repercussions. But can divorce cause a child to become alienated from a parent? With the right mix of factors, it certainly can. Back in 2001, this topic was addressed in “The Alienated Child, A Reformulation of … Read More…



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September 10th, 2019

Separation and divorce are difficult enough, but when children are part of the mix, it adds another layer of complexity. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) offers a guide for talking to children about separation and divorce as well … Read More…



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September 7th, 2017

For most people, divorce is a tempestuous life event that involves several types of stress. Every emotional hurdle toward dissolution seems to have a corresponding legal obstacle that must be cleared before anyone can move forward. While hurt feelings and … Read More…




February 2nd, 2017

As we discussed in an earlier blog post, in 2017, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Domestic Relations Procedural Rules Committee intends to propose a rule to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to replace the current parent coordination rule. The proposed Rule … Read More…




September 23rd, 2016

A few days ago, I was walking towards a courtroom in the Bucks County Justice Center when, to my surprise, I was greeted by a friendly, happy dog, along with its handler. I’ve been working in Bucks County for a … Read More…




June 30th, 2016

I am often asked what has made me such an effective family law trial attorney and litigator. After recently giving the question some thought, it occurs to me that there are three vital elements to my success. Over the years, … Read More…




November 12th, 2015

Navigating the dissolution of a marriage is challenging enough for most divorcing couples, but for those with children, custody disputes can multiply the level of emotional distress involved. Parents who can’t agree on legal custody or physical custody of their … Read More…