Best Child Custody Law Firm Pittsburgh
This Father’s Day weekend, families are taking extra care to show Dad how much he is loved and appreciated.
But when parents reside in separate homes, coordinating plans for Father’s Day can lead to conflict.
Here are some tips for a smooth holiday weekend:
- Work together to set a plan for the day.
- Encourage the kids to enjoy time with their father.
- Make the holiday about your children and plan an activity that is fun for the whole family.
Spivak Law Firm offers strong, compassionate representation in child custody matters. To schedule an appointment with an experienced family law attorney, call us at (412) 344-4900 or toll free at (800) 545-9390.
Q: I do not want my children to travel during the Coronavirus outbreak, what can I do?
A: Your Court Order likely provides vacation time for you and your ex, but it probably does not include what to do in cases of a public health emergency.
If your ex seeks to take your child to a Coronavirus epicenter or out of the country, this may constitute an emergency matter necessitating Court intervention.
An attorney can draft and present an emergency petition to the Court to restrict the other parent’s ability to travel with your child.
In Allegheny County, Courts are generally directing parents to follow child custody orders and continue with custody exchanges despite government directives to stay at home.
To speak with an experienced child custody attorney, call Spivak Law Firm at (412) 344-4900 or toll free at (800) 545-9390.