Gregory Bazylak Divorce and
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Attorney Gregory Bazylak

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BIOGRAPHY

Greg is a local attorney and former assistant district attorney in Jefferson County who has operated his own legal practice in Brookville since 2004. Greg has received specialized training in the field of divorce and custody mediation, He will do all He can to make your family’s experience with the legal system go as smoothly as possible. Greg has also represented many parents and grandparents over the past 14 years who have found themselves caught up in the legal system, often for the first time. Knowing what to do and who to turn to can be a difficult decision. Let me help you and your family.

 

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How Can Greg Help

I can simplify the complex legal system that confronts every family that finds themselves in need of a lawyer because of a pending divorce, separation or custody dispute. I can help by assisting you and your loved ones in reaching an agreement that will allow the new family dynamic to grow and prosper.

5 REASONS WHY CHOOSE US

1 Gregory is experienced and understands how difficult it can be to resolve legal issues.

2 Gregory has worked with people in Brookville and throughout Pennsylvania. He understands the community and is familiar with the local court systems.

3 Gregory is a member of the Brookville community and knows how important it is to resolve legal disputes that arise in the community efficiently and effectively.

4 Gregory’s experience as an attorney means he can provide effective representation, but can also help clients when they want a resolution outside of the courtroom that is less expensive and less grueling.

5 Gregory prides himself on his integrity and guarantees he will provide the best possible service to everyone he works with, no matter their situation.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can the Coronavirus Affect Custodial Rights? How Divorces and Parenting Time May Be Impacted

Your existing custody order continues to remain effective during the pandemic. You and the other parent should try to work together to make any necessary temporary adjustments to get through this challenging time, whenever possible. However, if you believe that the other parent is placing your child at unnecessary risk or has unilaterally stopped your parenting time, we can help.

How to Co-parent During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Now, more than ever, it is important to focus on your child’s wellbeing, including taking necessary steps to socially distance and to increase cleaning standards to limit the potential for exposure. Open, honest, and respectful communication can help you and the other parent make temporary adjustments that will help your child make it through this challenging time. Try to be flexible, where possible.

Does a Lockdown or Stay-At-Home Order Affect My Custody/Possession Schedule?

Even with a stay-at-home order in place, the existing terms of your child custody agreement or possession schedule are still in effect. Therefore, you will still have custody or parenting time as dictated by your court order. Travel to pick up or drop off your child is considered essential travel. Be sure that you bring copies of your most recent court order with you when traveling.

Can I Proceed With Divorce if a Stay at Home Order is in Effect?

Yes. Even though stay-at-home orders are in place, essential travel is still allowed, which includes travel for legal reasons. Additionally, Pennsylvania courts are actively accepting new cases, although preference is given to cases that involve the safety or health of residents. It may take longer to resolve a divorce during the pandemic than is typical, but you can still get the process started.

Should my Custody Order be Temporarily Adjusted During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

It depends. If you and the other parent can make necessary adjustments that protect your child, it may not be necessary to formally alter your arrangement. However, if your child has an underlying health condition or may be at greater risk when with the other parent and you believe it is necessary for the health and wellbeing of your child to temporarily adjust the custody order, you may want to go through the proper legal channels to make these changes.

Will I be Able to Meet With my Divorce Attorney During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Each business owner, including attorneys, must make careful decisions about how to operate in the new normal. Some lawyers are still meeting in person with clients while abiding by strict social distancing guidelines. Others are conducting consultations and meetings with clients over the phone, email, and videoconferencing. Contact us today so that we can discuss the best way to meet your needs.

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