You Want The Best For Your Child
The bustle of shuttling your child to school or home schooling and after-school activities may fill your calendar. Some days may be overflowing with going here, then there, and back again to be sure your child has a chance to experience the fullness of opportunities to find themselves and develop their future interests. Whether soccer, football, volleyball, baseball, horseback riding, piano, cello, voice, painting, ballet, jazz or robotics, you want your child to excel and have a full life.
Divorce or separation does not mean your child’s activities come to a screeching halt. Your child may find that they can channel the anxiety of their changing family system through their various education and extracurricular activities. As a parent, it may be difficult to balance your angst with prioritizing your child’s life with a sense of normalcy – minus the arguing or dysfunction that led to your divorce. That’s where speaking with an experienced family law attorney can provide stress relief and answers to your questions. At Beroes Law Center, we get it. Divorce or separation is hard. Our experienced team is here to help you maintain your child’s pathway to success.
Will Divorce Derail Your Child’s Future?
There is no doubt that the emotional turmoil of divorce can have a lasting impression on your child. At Beroes Law Center, we aim to walk alongside you during the changes in your family dynamic to provide the legal counsel and services you need. We understand how important it is for you to develop an even stronger bond with your children despite the uneasiness you may be feeling about your child’s future at this time, especially if you have to spend long hours travelling for work but are looking to have joint or full custody of your child.
Our lead attorney, Elizabeth Beroes, has more than 30 years of experience helping parents remember that the best interests of their children are central to a solid future. If you and your child’s other parent cannot agree to the terms of a custody agreement, the court may have to step in to ensure your child’s future thrives.
The family court judge considers many factors to create a custody agreement that will work to meet your child’s standard of living, such as:
- Your child’s basic safety and health
- Your child’s emotional needs and relationship with each parent
- Each parent’s capability of parenting
- Your child’s relationships and activities in their current school
- Maintaining your child’s athletic, creative and educational involvement
There are other factors, of course. Attorney Beroes is a Pennsylvania certified parenting coordinator who has been appointed as a neutral party in cases with intense disputes. There are many ways to ensure your child’s activities are not interrupted and their needs are met through negotiation and mediation.
Get Back On Track Today
Our lawyers regularly handle cases with high-profile public figures with discretion. Our clients value that we respect their family’s privacy. Call our office in Pittsburgh at 412-621-6811 or reach out to us online to schedule a free consultation. Our legal team is compassionate, creative and have helped all types of families take the steps necessary to enrich their family bond. We offer legal advocacy for clients across Alleghany County.