Tag: visitation

Parent’s False Accusations of Physical and Sexual Abuse Backfire

April 04, 2012 | Blog, Child Custody, Court Decisions

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In M.O. v. F.W. (2012 PA Super 49, February 28, 2012), the Superior Court considered a case in which custody litigation began even before the child was born. Initially, the child’s mother exercised primary physical custody, and the father had partial custody for six overnights every two weeks (nearly an equal shared custody arrangement). When the child was two or three years old, Father accused Mother and her boyfriend of […]

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Father’s Rights: Growing Trend in Custody?

November 23, 2009 | Blog, Child Custody, Divorce

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A series of articles¬†published last month in Working Mother magazine claims that men who seek custody of their children in contested divorces are winning just as often as women. This trend is attributed to the principle that parents who work harder to provide for the family have less time and ability to perform traditional parenting tasks. As more women devote themselves to their careers, the article suggests, they may have […]

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