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Blog Posts in February, 2017

  • Paying Off Debt Before Divorce

    || 27-Feb-2017

    If you’re contemplating divorce, you know that one of the most difficult parts is dividing debt. Suppose your spouse agrees to pay off certain debts and they fail to repay one or more debts after the divorce is final – this can present a big problem. Even if a spouse has specific debt obligations spelled out in the divorce decree, that doesn’t mean that the other spouse is ...
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  • Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce in Pennsylvania

    || 20-Feb-2017

    If you’re a resident of Pennsylvania and you’re headed for divorce, you’re bound to hear certain legal terms thrown around, such as “uncontested divorce,” “ mutual consent divorce,” “no-fault divorce,” and “two-year separation rule.” For the purposes of this post, we’re going to shed light on uncontested divorce and what it ...
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  • Child Support in Pennsylvania

    || 13-Feb-2017

    If you’re getting a divorce in Pennsylvania and you have minor children with your spouse, you’re going to want to learn about child support. When a parent pays child support, he or she makes monthly payments to the other parent to cover the costs of raising ther children. A paying parent cannot insist that the receiving parent specifically spends the money on the children’s ...
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  • Why Do People Divorce?

    || 6-Feb-2017

    Why do you think people get divorced? If you’re like a lot of people, your immediate answers will probably have to do with infidelity (cheating), money problems, and emotional issues – of course these are all valid contributors to divorce in the United States. If you ask any young engaged couple who long they think their marriage will last, they’ll probably say, “Until we ...
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