Managing Your Family Legal Matters During COVID-19

Anita D’Amico April 1, 2020 We are now a week into Governor Wolf’s stay-at-home Order, and although we are all abiding by the Order, and the courts are closed with the exception of emergency filings, it is likely that your divorce and custody matters have not gone away.   You may be wondering how the court’sContinue reading Managing Your Family Legal Matters During COVID-19

Estate Planning

During this difficult time, our firm has had several inquiries from new clients seeking to get their estate plans in order as well as calls from some of our current clients requesting a review of their estate planning documents in order to assure the documents are still appropriate. If you have been putting off making or revisiting your estate plan, and now find time to make this a priority, let usContinue reading “Estate Planning”

Estate Planning: What You Should Know Before Your Next Vacation

Anita D’Amico November 13, 2018 It may still feel like winter, but spring is actually here, and summer is just around the corner.  With the change in seasons, many people decide to take spring break and summer vacations. Between packing for your trip, planning activities and creating itineraries, the last thing on your mind mayContinue reading Estate Planning: What You Should Know Before Your Next Vacation

Family Law Mediation – An Excellent Alternative to Divorce and Custody Litigation

Anita D’Amico November 13, 2018 One common misconception regarding divorce and custody matters is that the issues have to be litigated in court.  Did you know that even though you may be dealing with a divorce or custody issue, you do not even need to set foot in a courtroom? One way to avoid timelyContinue reading Family Law Mediation – An Excellent Alternative to Divorce and Custody Litigation

Grandparent Custody Laws

Anita D’Amico September 17, 2018 How the New Grandparent Custody Laws May Help or Harm your Custody Case. by D’Amico Law, PC The rights of parents to raise their children as they choose, without interference from others, is recognized a fundamental constitutional right; however, the Courts also recognize the important role that grandparents and otherContinue reading “Grandparent Custody Laws”