Request My Consultation

You've got questions?

We've got answers!**

Send My Info

Blog Posts in July, 2014

  • Pennsylvania Divorce & Child Custody FAQ's

    || 28-Jul-2014

    Child Custody in an Uncontested or No-Fault Divorce To get specific answers about your own situation, it would be best to take advantage of a free consultation with a Pennsylvania divorce lawyer. In the meantime, here is an overview of some the custody issues involved in a Pennsylvania uncontested divorce. How is child custody determined? If the matter is before a judge, there are a great deal of ...
    Continue Reading
  • Military Divorce vs. Civilian Divorce in Pennsylvania

    || 22-Jul-2014

    As complex as any Pennsylvania divorce is, matters can become even more difficult in a divorce where military laws factor in as well. For instance, when it comes to child support and alimony, determining amounts, modifying the support agreement, and enforcing these court orders, it can be complicated to say the least. When at least one parent is on active duty military duty, creating a child ...
    Continue Reading
  • What Can a Divorce Cost in Pennsylvania?

    || 14-Jul-2014

    The High Price of a Contested Divorce It depends entirely on what type of divorce you pursue. If you go the route of a contested divorce, then all bets are off. Not only is this a bitter, lengthy process, but you could be looking at an at least $30,000 price tag. If you go through a contested divorce in court, your final bill could include: $200 initial consultations with your divorce attorney ...
    Continue Reading
  • Pennsylvania Changes Loophole Regarding Rapist Fathers' Rights

    || 9-Jul-2014

    A bill that would amend Pennsylvania unanimously passed the Pennsylvania house last month. This law concerns a loophole which allows rapist fathers to obtain custody and visitation rights of a child that was conceived due to rape. The mothers of these children naturally do not want the rapist-father to have a relationship with the child. Pennsylvania has been dealing with this issue for a while. ...
    Continue Reading