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December 2013 Archives

Medical decisions parents make for their child can affect custody

Child medical abuse allegations have become increasingly common in hospitals across the country. For those in Pittsburgh who have never heard of it, it is a controversial concept that applies to parents who are either preventing their child from receiving necessary care or pushing for care that could harm the child. When a hospital worker, such as a nurse or doctor, believes a child's parents are committing child medical abuse, they notify the state. When that happens, child custody comes into question.

Why January is the month of divorce

The holidays are here. You can't walk into a mall in Pittsburgh without seeing a 2-year-old crying on Santa's lap, turn on the radio without hearing another rendition of that song you used to like, or drive down the street without being taunted by colorful lights and plastic lawn characters. Of course, many people love the holidays, but those who are contemplating divorce may feel less than cheery this holiday season.

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Way Forward

Why should you consider Alternative Dispute Resolution? You may think you know what to expect in court from the internet or anecdotes about other divorce or custody cases. In fact, these expectations are usually wrong, and here's why. 

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