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Blog Posts in December, 2018

  • Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live With in Pennsylvania?

    || 31-Dec-2018

    In all states, there is a common misconception that parents have about divorce and child custody. They often think that when a child reaches the age of 12, 13, or 14 (depending on the state), that their child has the power to choose which parent to live with. As a general rule, this is not the case. As a standard rule, family court judges are interested in hearing about a child’s preference ...
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  • Can Child Support Arrears Impact International Travel?

    || 24-Dec-2018

    When it comes to things getting in the way of travelling abroad, people tend to think about tax debt, being on probation or parole, and having pending criminal charges – those types of issues. But past-due child support ? That’s usually the furthest from people’s minds. If you’re headed toward a Pennsylvania divorce and you have minor children with your spouse, it’s ...
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  • What Happens to Property in a Pennsylvania Divorce?

    || 17-Dec-2018

    In the United States, there are two methods of dividing marital property in a divorce : community property and equitable distribution. Pennsylvania, like most states, follows the equitable distribution model. Divorcing spouses know that divorce affects their assets, but they don’t always know exactly how or to what extent. Cash in bank accounts, real estate, automobiles, life insurance, ...
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  • Will Cheating Ruin My No-Fault Divorce?

    || 10-Dec-2018

    Did your spouse cheat on you? Or, are you the one who cheated? Either way, you may be wondering if you can still seek a no-fault divorce despite the fact that one of you did something wrong and hurt the other. In Pennsylvania, spouses can seek a fault or a no-fault divorce. While people certainly can seek a fault-based divorce on the ground of adultery, it’s actually a lot less popular. For ...
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  • Tips for Negotiating a Divorce Settlement

    || 3-Dec-2018

    As a divorce firm that focuses on no-fault divorces, we work with spouses who have put their differences aside and agreed to negotiate a divorce settlement. Some of these couples already know what they want before they come to our firm, while others need some help in the negotiations department. If you’re planning on seeking a cheap, no-fault divorce, we commend you for working toward a ...
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