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  • 6 Lessons Every Divorcing Couple Needs to Learn

    || 26-Feb-2018

    Very few people have said divorce is easy, a piece of cake. But it can be easier than you think. After handling countless divorce filings on behalf of our clients, we have provided a list of six lessons that every divorcing couple needs to learn. 1. No marriage is perfect. There is no such thing as a perfect marriage. Even if a marriage looks “perfect” on the outside, even if a couple ...
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  • College Obligations in a Pennsylvania Divorce

    || 19-Feb-2018

    If you’re headed toward divorce and you have minor children, you may be wondering about college expenses. Are you legally obligated to pay for your child’s college? Can the courts force you to pay for your child’s college education? In Pennsylvania, parents are required to pay child support until their children reach the age of 18, or until they graduate high school. Parents are ...
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  • Can a Father Obtain Custody in Pennsylvania?

    || 5-Feb-2018

    Traditionally, when moms and dads divorced, the mother was almost always the one to get primary custody of the kids. But, much has changed in the past 20 years. The family courts across the nation have gradually been changing so their laws and attitudes towards divorcing parents are gender neutral. While more mothers do still obtain primary physical custody than fathers, that doesn’t mean ...
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  • Best Advice for Divorcing Parents

    || 18-Dec-2017

    Are you a parent who is planning on getting a divorce ? If so, you may be afraid of how the divorce is going to impact your children. After all, most divorcing parents have this concern. Surely, you’ve heard the statistics – how divorce can affect a child emotionally, academically, and relationship-wise. But, it’s not all bad. In Psychology Today, author Wendy Paris wrote, ...
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  • Parental Relocation After the Divorce

    || 5-Sep-2017

    Are you headed towards divorce ? If so, we want to warn you that things are going to change. Two or three years after the divorce, things are probably going to look very different. One of you may remarry. Your children may decide to switch homes and move in with the non-custodial parent. Or, one of you may move clear across the country. One thing that comes up a lot after a divorce is a parental ...
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  • Successful Co-Parenting After Divorce

    || 7-Aug-2017

    For many unhappy couples, divorce is for the best. But even when divorce is the only solution, that doesn’t make it any easier when it comes to parenting after divorce. If you’re a parent who’s heading down the divorce path, likely your biggest concerns will be over your children’s happiness and wellbeing. If you’re worried about how the divorce will affect your ...
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