I have 29 years of experience in the Family Law field handling difficult and complex cases.My trial experience in York County custody cases is second to none
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Pro Bono Award||York County Bar Association||1992|
|Partner||Anstine and Sparler||1988 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|York County Bar Association||Member||1988 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Member||1988 - Present|
|Family Law Section York County Bar Association||President||2015 - 2015|
|Family Law Section, York County Bar Association||President||2004 - 2005|
|Butler v. Butler 541 Pa. 364; 663 A. 2d 148 (1993)||N/A|
|L.A.M. v. C.R. 2012 PA Super 45; 42 A. 3d 1063||N/A|
|Wiseman v. Wall 718 A. 2d 844 (1998)||N/A|
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|York County Bar Association CLE||Custody Case Law Update||2012|
|Catholic University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|American University||Political Science||BS - Bachelor of Science||1983|
|York County Bench Bar Conference||iPad for Lawyers||2014|
|Continuing Legal Education||Child custody||2005|
Posted by Sandra
I was very happy with the way Attorney Brown handled my divorce. His explanations of the law and how divorce settlements work were clear. I felt comfortable following his advice. He kept emotions out of it, which I appreciated. This helped me keep my dignity and act with grace during a traumatic time in my life.
Posted by anonymous
Our family retained Andrew Brown as a referral from our superb Family Law attorney whom unexpectedly transferred his clients due to making a career path into mediation and was no longer representing court room cases.
At that time, we had no prior knowledge of Andrew Brown except that our superb attorney had highly recommended him hence the reason for the referral.
Andrew Brown was emergency retained for an un-expected re-location case to represent the father and grandparents due to the mother was requesting to move the children out-of-state regardless of the best interest of the children.
Since an early age the children were lovingly and jointly shared on a very frequent split rotation schedule by both parents that the children were quite fond of especially the sharing of parents and the interaction with the grandparents and families.
Due to unfortunate accusations and circumstances the re-location was sadly granted and the children were uprooted from their safe, happy and loving families with both parents they had grown so accustomed to and adored sharing.
However; the case was far from over thanks to being in the hands of an attorney that is versed in the law, has extensive experience in the field of family law and is viewed as a very worthy opponent in the courtroom up against other attorneys.
The mother attempted to strip the father of all legal custody rights and ensure that the father would not have a future relationship with his children including having limited and supervised visitation with the children with no legal grounds for taking the stance.
The attempt on the grandparents was similar and alienating at best as if they had no rights when the grandparents had displayed themselves as fine and upstanding grandparents since the birth of the children including being a gracious support system to the children and both parents.
Andrew Brown worked tirelessly for the father’s rights and grandparent’s rights including securing a visitation schedule that left not one non-school date on the calendar unturned for the children to be home happily in Pennsylvania with their loving father, grandparents and family.
Andrew Brown is an attorney that will be persistent for you when necessary and most importantly he will strategize in a manner that will open up opportunities that otherwise would have gone unnoticed especially in difficult and complicated custody cases.
Andrew Brown is highly regarded and respected by his colleagues and the Bar and most importantly highly recommended by his clients he serves.
Before you consider another attorney for Family Law you should consider Andrew Brown to obtain the outcome you deserve.