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Blog Posts in January, 2017

  • How to Have a Positive Divorce

    || 31-Jan-2017

    Let’s face it, life’s transitions can be hard, no matter how simple they really are. If we’re smart, we plan in advance for the biggest transitions. When we’re in high school, for example, we strive for As so we can score well on our SATs and so we can get into the college of our choice. When our first-born is ready for daycare or preschool, we carefully research the ...
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  • Dividing Debt in a Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce

    || 23-Jan-2017

    If you and your spouse have agreed on seeking a mutual consent, no-fault divorce, you are setting yourselves up for success and we congratulate you both. When it comes to divorce, ending things amicably is best for all involved. As a bonus, it saves a lot of money! Let’s say you are ready to file your no-fault divorce. You and your spouse may or may not be getting along; however, you have ...
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  • Can I Control Property Division in My PA Divorce?

    || 16-Jan-2017

    If you are headed for divorce and the laws and the whole process are new to you, there’s a good chance that you’re wondering if you can have any control over how your assets and debts are divided. Can you decide on a settlement? Or, is it all up to the judge? It can go either way – you and your spouse can decide on a fair settlement or a judge can decide for you; it all depends ...
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  • Is a Cheap Divorce Too Good to Be True?

    || 9-Jan-2017

    For tens of thousands of couples, the “cost” of divorce keeps them from ending an empty, unsatisfying, or otherwise hollow marriage. They’ve heard of divorces costing spouses $3,000 to $5,000 each, if not more, and they’re afraid they can’t afford to end their unhappy marriage so they decide to “grin and bear it, sometimes for years on end. If you live in ...
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  • Residency Requirement for Divorce in Pennsylvania

    || 3-Jan-2017

    In most parts of the United States, people cannot move to a new state and file for divorce shortly afterwards. Instead, most states require that people meet what is called the “residency requirement” before they can file for divorce. Does Pennsylvania have a residency requirement? Yes, like most other states it does. In order to file for divorce in Pennsylvania, either you or your ...
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