When dealing with child custody or visitation, John A. Gummo provides support and individual attention to clients and their families along with the experience and legal guidance they need. At Gummo Law Office, we understand the emotional impact that divorce and parental separation has on children and work hard to advocate the rights of our clients during the difficult process of separation/divorce.

John A. Gummo is an effective and knowledgeable advocate for the client on behalf of both mothers and fathers in these cases that can often be hotly contested and emotionally charged. John will fight for custody arrangements that benefit the children and the client and that serve the best interest of the child or children.

John A. Gummo can assist you in all aspects of parenting and custody issues in a cost effective and timely manner. His experience in Child Custody Practice includes handling:

  • Sole Custody
  • Joint Custody
  • Shared Legal Custody
  • Father’s Rights
  • Paternity Issues
  • Grandparents Rights
  • Termination of Parental Rights – When dealing with voluntary relinquishment of parental rights, involuntary termination of parental rights, and adoption, John A. Gummo understands the traumatic and emotional impact that parental separation and the adoption process can have on your children and your family. Attorney Gummo will work hard to advocate the rights of you and all family members and to address the best interest of your children. Contact John to learn more about your rights and options and how we may help you through this process.
  • Adoption
  • Temporary Custody
  • Visitation Agreements
  • Relocation Issues
  • Emergency Petitions and Orders
  • Change of Name Petititions


To learn more about how to protect yourself, your family and your future, contact us for a free consultation or to schedule an appointment today. Contact the Law Office of John A. Gummo at 570-320-2880 for your free initial consultation or to schedule your appointment.

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