Is Parental Conflict Too Great for Shared Custody?
Pennsylvania Appeals Court Weighs Shared Custody Factors
August 12, 2016 | Child Custody, Legal Perspective
Estranged parents in Pennsylvania might wonder whether a court is likely to award shared custody when there is parental conflict. Recently the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, in S.A.W. v. R.J.S. (non-precedential), No. 2214 MDA 2015 (August 5, 2016), heard an appeal from a Father hoping to overturn a shared custody decision. The Father argued that shared custody was not in the children’s best interests because the parents were incapable of cooperating with […]