Media Father's Custody Lawyer Scott Bonebrake handles custody cases for the firm.
Fortunately, the rights of a father in child custody matters is now equally that of the mother. By way of the Child Custody Law, which was enacted by statute in Pennsylvania in January, 2011, Pennsylvania mandated that the Courts must be “gender neutral” when deciding custody between a mother and a father. Therefore, unlike in years past, the Courts may not show favoritism toward a mother. Media Custody Lawyer Scott Bonebrake has successfully fought for custody rights of fathers, and has been successful in obtaining primary physical custody, joint custody, and even sole custody.
Child custody matters involve issues of both physical and legal custody. Physical custody involves issues pertaining to which parent has actual and physical custody of the child, while legal custody involves the rights to make important decisions regarding the child.
Under the Pennsylvania Statute, the Courts must weigh the following factors when determining the best interest of children involved in custody disputes:
Media Father's Custody Lawyer Scott Bonebrake has fought for fathers in many cases, and has successfully obtained primary physical custody, sole physical custody, joint physical custody and even sole legal custody of fathers in appropriate cases.
Media Father's Custody Lawyer Scott Bonebrake has also assisted many fathers who had been forced to pay more child support than they actually owed. Media Custody Lawyer Scott Bonebrake can assist fathers in any child custody or support matters.
For a free consultation for someone who will fight for the rights of a father in the Media and Philadelphia area, please contact Media Father's Custody Lawyer Scott Bonebrake at or by e-mail Scott at .
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