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Blog Posts in September, 2015

  • How Can I Get a Custody Order in Pennsylvania?

    || 28-Sep-2015

    If you are a parent who is getting a divorce, you may be wondering about child custody. What are the different types of custody? How do you go about getting a custody order? These are valid questions, especially if you've never been through this before. When the court makes a decision about child custody, it decides who gets legal custody and who gets physical custody. Legal custody refers to ...
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  • How Soon Can I Obtain a Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce?

    || 21-Sep-2015

    If you're like most people, you have no desire to drag out your divorce, especially if you have children together. The longer a divorce takes, the more stress and the more expense. Even if you're feeling angry and bitter towards your spouse you can't ignore one fact: divorce war means more money out of the marital pot, hence less money to you in the divorce settlement. As Pennsylvania ...
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  • How Ashley Madison Membership Affects PA Divorces

    || 14-Sep-2015

    Ashley Madison, the controversial adultery website based in Canada has gained international attention in recent months after hackers released customer data, including names and home addresses of some 39 million users. The site known for its slogan, "Life is short. Have an affair" is not only the subject of a class action lawsuit requesting $578 million in damages, it's the sight that ...
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  • Pope Francis Radically Revises Annulment Process

    || 8-Sep-2015

    On Tuesday, Pope Francis made some sweeping changes to the process by which Catholics annul their marriages, thereby streamlining the process which church members considered too lengthy and expensive. Francis' move is the latest in a series of reforms aimed at making the Catholic Church more accommodating to its parishioners. Without annulments, Catholics who remarried would not be allowed to ...
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