Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&AResponsive Law
- Family Law
- Education Law
- Domestic Violence
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Social Security Disability
- Appeals & Appellate
- Civil Rights
- Juvenile Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Child Custody
- Special Needs Custody
- Special Education
- Credit Cards Accepted
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Flat fee - in certain cases
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 3rd Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Penelope A. Boyd, attorney
- - Current
- Disabilities Law Project
- Department of the Public Advocate
- Villanova University School of Law
- Pennsylvania State University - University Park
- B.A. | Pre-law
- Chester County Bar Association
- Certified Family Law Mediator
- Montgomery County Mediation Center
- Certified Elder Law Mediator
- Montgomery County Meditation Center
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26 Questions Answered
- Q. Grandparent custody question. Both parents arrested.
- A: You should consult a local attorney about your custody options. It sounds like these kids will need a lot of support. If your question is whether or not you could get some form of custody, it is a possibility you can explore through the courts and/or the local Children & Youth agency. It is unlikely that you could take any of the children out of the country at this time. But there’s no harm in talking to a local family lawyer about it.
- Q. Can I find My Daughters Mom in Contempt??? HELP!!!
- A: Consult a local attorney about filing to modify the custody order and to object to the relocation.
- Q. How to go about getting custody of my nephew in Md. His parents are in jail and he's with children services we live in P
- A: You should consult with a Maryland attorney. Although you live in Pennsylvania, Jurisdiction over children is governed by the residence of the child. Presumably, an attorney who is familiar with practice where you nephew resides can help you. A lot will depend on the children's services agency that is involved.
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