Family Law, Custody & Divorce Case Results

Below is just a small sample of cases our lawyers have handled. Berman & Associates is proud to have achieved positive outcomes for so many deserving clients. Please keep in mind that the success of any lawsuit or settlement depends on the unique circumstances of each case. No lawyer can guarantee future results based on past successes we have achieved. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your specific case.

Media, PA Family Law Case Results

Representing Father, we blocked relocation (move-away) of Mother and two children where Mother would have slightly advanced her professional career, but Father’s regular and close relationship to his children would have been disrupted. Read More
Representing Mother, we obtained court permission to relocate two children to the West Coast, where we proved the children would benefit from Mother having a much better-paying job, that they would benefit from living in a much better neighborhood and going to a much better public school, and we could make arrangements for extended visits to Father in Philadelphia. Read More
Representing a parent who lost all access to their child for many months because the spouse had discovered disturbing social media postings, we obtained sole legal and primary physical custody of the child for our client, and had the ruling affirmed on appeal. Read More
Obtained “standing” for a grandparent to obtain a custody order for a grandchild by getting the court to recognize that the termination of parental rights (not covered in the Grandparents Rights Law) created the same functional lack of a parent as parental death (covered in the Grandparents Rights Law). Read More
Proved “separation” of a married couple to meet a statutory requirement of divorce, where the couple continued to live in the same house until the house was sold as ordered by the court in the divorce decree. Read More
Obtained a Protection From Abuse Order for our father-client against both a mother and her parents, protecting the children from potential abduction to a foreign country. Read More