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Blog Posts in January, 2015

  • One-Third of Divorces Use Facebook as Evidence

    || 30-Jan-2015

    With millions of people around the world using Facebook on a regular basis, it seems almost second-nature to have an account with this social network. People use this forum to catch up with friends, post photos, and keep abreast of relevant news stories. With the common usage of Facebook in most people's everyday lives, it is no wonder that information posted to this website can be used ...
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  • Prepare For the 2015 Tax Season

    || 22-Jan-2015

    One of the least considered aspects of getting a divorce is how filing will affect taxes. With all these significant and drastic family changes that are taking place, the financial implications of divorce are probably not on the forefront of your mind. As tax season rapidly approaches, you should consult with a professional that can keep you informed of the ways you and your former spouse can ...
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  • 50% Divorce Rate Statistic Proven False

    || 14-Jan-2015

    Recently, headlines were rife with the news that the oft-cited statistic of a 50% divorce rate has not been accurate for nearly three decades. In fact, the number of people that seek divorce has decreased since it peaked in 1981. If the divorce rate has been falling these past 30 years, why do so many still readily believe there is such a high divorce rate in the United States? Are less marriages ...
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  • How Military Divorces Differ

    || 6-Jan-2015

    Members of the United States Armed Forces have many unique and dangerous duties that oftentimes force them to move from place to place or remain deployed overseas for extended periods of time. Because of this, military divorces have several unique issues that must be considered. Pennsylvania law takes into consideration some of the many ways that being employed in the military necessitates a ...
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