Pennsylvania Family Law Blog – The Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz
Divorcing parents of young children may not instinctively put their children’s interests first. They are focused on maintaining their involvement in their kids’ lives, trying to make things as “normal” as possible, all the while not yielding any ground in the battle for influence in their children’s lives. This may quickly descend into a toxic situation. Read the rest »
No one goes into a marriage with divorce in mind. You hope that everything will work itself out, but when enough is enough, what do you do? Do you try to fight through or call it quits? Each person wants to blame the other one for the demise of the relationship. Read the rest »
As summer winds down, kids everywhere start to dread the thought of losing their seasonal freedom. Staying up late, vacationing, and beach days will soon be replaced with the mundane life of going to school every day. Parents, on the other hand, are ecstatic to send their kids off and return to a normal routine.
However, if you are recently divorced or have a new child custody agreement in place, the thought of your children going back to school may add dread if your current agreement doesn’t cover the school schedule. Read the rest »
The saying “it takes a village to raise a child” is true for many people, especially those who are single parents. Often times, grandparents have to step in and raise their grandchildren as if they were their own. Parents sometimes go through difficult situations, and they need to rely on others to look out for their children while they seek help or get financially stable.
As an extended family member, you love those children like they are your own, but what happens when the parent assumes his full role again? Can she just take the child away from you? Read the rest »
When you’re in a relationship with someone, you trust them with your deepest and darkest secrets. With the rise in social media and technology, people are trusting their significant others with more than just secrets. Couples are sending nudes or risqué photos to each other, not thinking of the long-term effects they could have. Read the rest »
It’s time to announce the winner of our 2018 Scholarship! On May 16th, we managed to narrow it down to six finalists. After a tough discussion, Sheryl R. Rentz and her team agreed to award the scholarship to…
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Over 500 college-bound students applied to the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz’s 2018 Scholarship! Our firm had quite a time reading about how these students intend to use their college education to achieve their future goals AND make a difference in their communities.
The applications were, on the whole, so well-written and thoughtful that it was very hard for us to narrow it down to five finalists, like we were supposed to…so we went ahead and picked SIX! Read the rest »
For many years, sperm banks have been a good option for single women, lesbian couples, and couples facing fertility issues to pursue their hopes of having a child. You would think it would be a win-win situation for all parties involved; the couple gets the child they’ve always wanted, and the man donating the sperm gets compensation. Read the rest »
You’re out in Las Vegas having the time of your life. It’s been a long time since you’ve had a vacation, and you plan on living it up. Then you run into an amazing person and hit it off right away. It’s a whirlwind of romance the whole weekend you’re there, so you figure, why not get married? When you’ve found “the One,” there’s no need to wait. Life is too short—shouldn’t we all just live in the moment? Read the rest »
Anyone who has gone through a divorce will tell you that it is a highly emotional time. Now imagine the added stress of millions of people knowing about your divorce and talking about it constantly on TV, radio, and social media. That’s an issue high-profile couples have to deal with when they split up. Every salacious and embarrassing detail of your marriage is now common knowledge. If you have children, they can do a quick Google search and find out things that you may want to keep hidden. This is driving a lot of high-profile couples to request an anonymous divorce. Read the rest »