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Blog Posts in April, 2015

  • Why It's Best When Couples Reach a Marital Settlement Agreement

    || 27-Apr-2015

    When a Pennsylvania couple files for divorce, their marital property is subject to the rules of equitable distribution. Unlike community property states such as California, this does not mean that the marital property is divided 50/50. Rather, marital property is divided in a manner that the judge believes is "fair." In a Pennsylvania divorce, property is categorized as either separate ...
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  • Overview of a Pennsylvania Military Divorce

    || 20-Apr-2015

    If you're getting divorced and one or both of you is a member of the United States military, then you will be facing some unique challenges that don't apply to civilians. While it is possible to obtain a military divorce, the process is not identical to the processes used by non-military spouses. To illustrate, when the defendant is on full-time duty, a 90-day waiting period applies, even ...
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  • Does Moving Out Affect Child Custody?

    || 14-Apr-2015

    If you're going through a divorce in Pennsylvania, there's a good chance that you're wondering if you should move out of the family home before, during, or after your divorce case. It depends. If you are even slightly concerned that child custody may be a contested issue, we suggest thinking twice before you make the move. When one spouse moves out of the house without the kids, they ...
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  • Upsides of Divorce

    || 6-Apr-2015

    We've all heard of the downsides of divorce, but what about the upsides? When you come out of the other side of divorce, are you really a weaker person? If you ask those who have been through a divorce, you'll quickly realize that they don't view themselves as weaker people, they see themselves as a whole lot stronger and wiser, and in a much better place to choose a more suitable ...
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