Fifth Judicial District of Pennsylvania
County of Allegheny
Child Custody | Judicial Conciliation

A judicial conciliation is very similar to a custody conciliation, except that the parties attempt to work out a custody agreement with the assistance of the Judge assigned to their case. A judicial conciliation may occur after a custody conciliation or after psychological evaluations have been completed. If the parties are represented, attorneys may be present. Please bring with you:
  1. A schedule of the child’s activities and school schedule
  2. Your income information
  3. A proposed custody schedule

If the parties are unable to work out an agreement at the time of the judicial conciliation, the Judge may schedule the matter for trial, schedule further proceedings, and/or schedule evaluations.