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Divorce, Custody, Realty Law, Family Law

With your best interest in mind, Arnold, Beyer and Katz Attorney's will stand up for you and your estate. We are the oldest law firm of Lancaster County and are ready to go to work for you. Our Services include Family Law, Divorce, Child and Spousal Support, Asset Distribution, Wills and Trusts.

Estate Administration, Abuse and PFA's

Richard A. Katz, Esquire; Board of Lancaster Bar Foundation, Instructor Harrisburg Area Community College, Member Lancaster Bar Association. After graduating from the University of Florida Law School in 1971, Attorney Katz represented low-income individuals for 22 years before joining Arnold, Beyer and Katz and is an individual Pro Bono Award winner. As a Custody Conference Officer for the Court, he has acquired 10 years of custody experience and has extensive Protection From Abuse case experience, which has added depth and dimension to the firm's work in divorce law and family law.

Asset Distribution, Spousal Support

Attorney Ronald Davis is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Lancaster County Bar Association. After graduating from Widener University School of Law in 2002, Attorney Davis practiced law solo while he continued his career as professor and department chair of computer science at Millersville University. He retired from Millersville University in 2004 after thirty years of service and joined Arnold, Beyer and Katz in 2005. Since joining the firm, he has maintained an active practice in estate and trust law as well as family law and has represented clients in custody, support and divorce matters.

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The LBGT communities have seen some recent important gains in recognition of their rights to marry the person they wish, notwithstanding the gender identification of either party. The right to marry has been recognized recently by the Supreme Court of the United States in Orbergefell v. Hodges. This effects not only the right to insist on the issuance of a marriage license, but also has an impact on the granting of spousal rights under Social Security applications and other Federal program... Read more...
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There are several groups of people, other than parents who have an abiding interest and concern for children that have sought custodial time with the children. These include Grandparents, Step-parents, Aunts, Uncles, and siblings. The Pennsylvania Courts have acknowledged the rights of persons who have acted in loco parentis, or who have acted in place of a parent, as many step-parents have, the right to have contact, even primary physical custody of th... Read more...
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There are several mechanisms for parents who have custody of their children to obtain some child support in Pennsylvania, when the other parent is not voluntarily providing it. The most obvious is, of course, to file at the local Domestic Relations office (DRO). If there is a Protection From Abuse petition filed, a request for an Order for temporary support can be presented, as well, in that action, but there is a requirement to file at DRO... Read more...
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  • Latest Posts SUPPORT ISSUES There are several mechanisms for parents who have custody of their children to obtain some child support in Pennsylvania, when the other parent is not voluntarily providing it. The most obvious
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