How to Find a Good Child Custody Attorney

Finding a Good Child Custody Attorney  By Dads' Resource Center Executive Director Jeffrey Scott Steiner, M.Ed.   The legal profession is like any other profession – there are good, better than average, average, below average and bad lawyers. With hourly fees of $200+ and retainers of thousands of dollars most fathers involved in custody negotiations

By |2021-03-31T19:01:19+00:00March 9th, 2021|Categories: Child Custody, Fatherhood News|0 Comments

Crisis Planning and Counseling for Parents with Shared Custody

This is shared from Online Counseling Programs by 2u, Inc.  Family life can be chaotic. A crisis adds another layer of logistics to the already complicated lives of parents, guardians and children. The coronavirus pandemic, for example, has parents wondering if their children can safely play outside, if kids next door can come for a

By |2021-03-01T19:31:27+00:00June 23rd, 2020|Categories: Child Custody|Comments Off on Crisis Planning and Counseling for Parents with Shared Custody

Dads’ Resource Center Guardian Ad Litem Survey

Individuals who play a major role in the outcomes of child custody cases in Pennsylvania have virtually no oversight or professional standards in hiring or training, which could lead to potentially harmful consequences for thousands of children in the child welfare system, according to a new survey by the Dads’ Resource Center (DRC). The survey

By |2021-03-01T20:06:13+00:00September 24th, 2019|Categories: Child Custody|Comments Off on Dads’ Resource Center Guardian Ad Litem Survey

Ratio of Female and Male CYS Staff

The Dads' Resource Center has concluded its second study researching potential biases toward fathers within Pennsylvania courts, legal system, and county and human services agencies. This study reviewed the ratio of male to female staff and supervisors in the Office of Children and Youth (CYS) for every county in Pennsylvania. The study shows the ratio

By |2021-03-01T20:09:34+00:00April 8th, 2019|Categories: Child Custody|Comments Off on Ratio of Female and Male CYS Staff
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