Serious Child Custody Issues Require Serious Legal Representation


Serious Child Custody Issues Require Serious Legal Representation

If one custodial parent moves out of the country and violates a court order by doing so, then The International Hague Convention may protect the other parent. Although these cases are difficult to go through, LaMonaca Law will be by your side throughout the entire process, including finding your child if the parent has moved under the radar and is trying to leave undetected.

We have successfully litigated Hague cases in many different countries and have reunited parents with their children on United States soil. We coordinate efforts between our team of attorneys and the United States Department of State, the United States Embassy in the country where the child has been taken, foreign governmental entities, and legal counsel in the foreign country. Compliant with the ethical standards of our profession and consistent with our confidential relationship with our client, we involve select publicity, political entities, and individuals to garner attention and support.

The Hague Convention helps families internationally, rather than just domestically, and is in place because of the many conflicts involving child abduction across international borders. You need a trusted attorney by your side and we are knowledgeable in all family law matters and child custody cases.

If your child has been abducted, notify the courts through your attorney, act as quickly as possible, be prepared with all the facts you know, and do not settle for being a parent left behind when it comes to your child.

Our legal team will fight for the return of your children. Contact us for help with your case today at (610) 892-3877 or visit our website at

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About Gregory P. LaMonaca

Mr. LaMonaca is the founding member of the firm, which was established in June of 1995. He is a Cardinal O’Hara High School graduate where after he continued his studies at West Chester University, achieving Dean’s list status and graduating Cum Laude. Mr. LaMonaca there after went onto the Widener University School of Law, concentrating his studies on trial advocacy. Mr. LaMonaca is a published author and recipient of a multitude of professional awards including being awarded the “Top 100 Family Law Attorneys in Pennsylvania” by The American Society of Legal Advocates, being named multiple times in Philadelphia magazine’s “Super Lawyer” edition.