When children are young, you may not think that there is much you need to tell them about a divorce or separation. However, even young children can tell when something in the home is changing. Whether it's alterations to the routine or seeing a parent less often, it can make your child act out or become depressed or confused. Martson Law Offices Shareholder Hubert Gilroy served as a Cumberland County Custody Conciliator for over 20 years. He handled hundreds of cases where he had to mediate the demands of both parents while knowing that the law required that any custody agreement or order had the “best interest of the children” as the primary concern
A car accident can happen in seconds -- and they're absolutely terrifying to most people. Once the initial shock is over, confusion usually sets in simply because most people aren't in car accidents often enough to know exactly what they should do in the aftermath.
When drivers speed and drive recklessly, they put the lives of others in danger. Their careless actions can lead to car accidents that have a tragic outcome. In a recent case in central Pennsylvania, a driver's recklessness was so egregious that it has led to a lengthy list of criminal charges, including third-degree murder and homicide by vehicle.
Ending a marriage is difficult in so many ways. It can cause emotional and mental stress on the two spouses as well as any children of the marriage. Because of the often-extreme emotions that often come with a divorce, it is easy to make mistakes that could haunt you for a long time. Although no two Pennsylvania divorces are exactly the same, most people feel regret about at least some aspects of divorce once the matter is finally resolved.
In a divorce, all parents say they want what is best for their children.