Richard I. Moore was Pennsylvania's first Custody Master, serving in that capacity in Bucks County's ground-breaking pilot program that has since been adopted throughout the Commonwealth.
Since 1964, Richard I. Moore, has offered clients in Bucks County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia County extensive domestic relations legal expertise. He handles particularly complicated divorce and custody cases as well as relocation; same sex and racially diverse matters.
Mr. Moore has appeared on Good Morning America as well as on local Philadelphia channels involving high profile racially diverse custody and related matters.
Mr. Moore tried the first successful same sex custody case in Pennsylvania involving the granting of equal legal rights to the non-birth mother.
Mr. Moore has lectured extensively for the Bucks Bar Association as well the Family Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and has presented CLE courses in the three jurisdictions.
His expertise ranges throughout the Domestic Relations field including but not limited to divorce, support and custody matters. He has been asked to act as an expert witness in cases involving domestic relations issues.
He is an adjunct professor teaching domestic relations in the paralegal program at Penn State's Ogontz Campus and Bucks County Community College. He is the author of the course outline that is used throughout the Commonwealth's Penn State system.
He is also qualified to serve as a mediator in Bucks County.