Searching For Common Ground In Child Custody Proceedings

In divorce proceedings involving children, matters of child custody and visitation will involve some of the most important decisions. Unfortunately, acting in the children's best interests, even as parental dynamics and relationships change, can be difficult. Finding an agreement that benefits both parents and children can be stressful, especially if the marriage dissolution is contentious to begin with.

At Scanlon & Wojton, we provide comprehensive assistance to individuals across Pittsburgh and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as they divorce and search for beneficial agreements in family matters involving child custody and visitation. In these situations, we know what's at stake for both children and parents. With over 45 years of combined experience, we leverage our background to help our clients. We understand that each divorce is unique, and we will work to craft agreements that appropriately suit your parental roles.

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As experienced lawyers, we find that the most amicable child custody and visitation arrangements are designed without court intervention. Allowing parents to mutually control the process gives them the ability and agency to feel comfortable in their agreement. For many, raising a child is a joint effort, and we strive to respect that.

However, we know that this ideal isn't always possible. Sometimes, parents have firm disagreements, or they might feel uncomfortable with the proposed custody split. In these cases, our seasoned attorneys are ready to fight for your rights, including dealing with protection from abuse and other important matters. With significant court experience, we are prepared to see your case through to its resolution.

Ultimately, child custody arrangements are designed to be in the best interests of the children. We work diligently so that is always the case.

Working Together For Your Children's Future

To learn more about how we can assist you, call our office at 412-709-5624 or use the contact form.