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Blog Posts in March, 2016

  • Dividing Military Pensions in a Divorce

    || 28-Mar-2016

    What is important to you? Is it the children, the military pension, or spousal support ? That is how our Pennsylvania divorce attorneys start conversations with service members or their spouses who are considering a divorce. The above three things are what's most important to people in a military divorce. How will the pension be divided? Will child and/or support be ordered and if so, how ...
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  • Alimony in Pennsylvania

    || 21-Mar-2016

    Alimony, also known as spousal support is money paid by the higher-earning spouse to financially support the lower-earning spouse. You and your spouse may agree to the amount and duration of alimony in your divorce settlement, or if you don't agree on the matter, the court has the power to order alimony. In Pennsylvania, spousal support orders come in three forms: 1) spousal support, 2) ...
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  • Financial Advice for Divorcing Spouses

    || 14-Mar-2016

    Most people would say that divorce is not a walk in the park. Even when it's for the best and you manage to have a mutual consent, no-fault divorce, it's still stressful on all parties involved. It's hard emotionally and it's hard financially. When you're in the midst of a divorce, it can be all too easy to make a financial mistake, especially if you've never been through a ...
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  • Why You Want a Mutual Consent Divorce

    || 8-Mar-2016

    In many states, a spouse can be granted a divorce in about 6 months as long as he or she wants out, for example, this is the case in California, the state that spearheaded the "no-fault" divorce. Meaning, a spouse can get a divorce so long as he or she wants it, regardless if their husband or wife is okay with the split. In Pennsylvania on the other hand, it's not that easy to obtain ...
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