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  • Can I Divorce When My House is Upside-Down?

    || 1-Apr-2019

    Every day we here why unhappy spouses delay their divorces – waiting until the kids get older, waiting for that last family vacation, waiting for one last holiday together, waiting for mom or dad to finish online college, and waiting for the real estate market to turn around. Waiting for the real estate market to turn around? Yes, we hear that one a lot because when people invest in a home, ...
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  • Ethical Challenges Involved in Dating During Divorce

    || 28-Jan-2019

    If you’re on the road to divorce and you’re reading this, you’re probably thinking about dating. Or, you think your soon-to-be-ex may start seeing other people once you split up. Is dating okay during a divorce? Read on as we address the “ethical challenges “involved and shed light on the subject. Pennsylvania is called a mixed state, which means married couples can ...
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  • Reinventing Yourself After Divorce

    || 19-Nov-2018

    Divorce has this way of giving unhappy spouses a fresh start. While the first six or 12 months may be hard, it’s also a time for quiet reflection and for many, it’s a time for reinvention. Not that people aren’t happy about who they are, but sometimes after they’ve been in an unhappy marriage, they’ve neglected to take care of themselves. They’ve spent so much ...
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  • Divorcing? Don't Make These Social Media Mistakes!

    || 20-Aug-2018

    Social media...it can be so addicting. With Facebook for example, you can stay in touch with your family in California, chat with your best friend on Facebook Messenger, stay on top of your child’s school events, and even watch the news. What can’t you do on Facebook? You may have ditched Twitter a couple years ago, but you probably have an Instagram account. You may use it as much, if ...
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  • Do Moms Have an Unfair Advantage in Divorce?

    || 6-Aug-2018

    If you’re a father who is headed toward divorce, you may be nervous about the proceeding, especially if you have children under eighteen with your wife. After all, it wasn’t long ago when fathers seemed to get the short end of the stick in Pennsylvania divorces. We’re willing to bet that you can think of several examples of divorces where the mother ended up with the kids and ...
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  • Ways to Make & Save Money After a Divorce

    || 30-Jul-2018

    It doesn’t matter if you’re the husband or the wife, the breadwinner or the dependent spouse, your finances will be impacted by a divorce. If you pay child support or spousal support, you now have that obligation. If you were a stay-at-home parent, you may now have to work and be dealing with childcare costs for the first time. There’s no question: The last thing you need right ...
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  • Divorce in Your Senior Years

    || 23-Jul-2018

    In the 1950s and 1960s, a divorce in one’s senior or Golden Years was almost unheard of, but today, it’s becoming more acceptable than ever before. If you’re a Baby Boomer or senior, you can probably rattle off a number of older couples who have divorced. If you live in a retirement community, it’s probably filled with divorced individuals and couples who are on their ...
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  • Getting Back on Your Feet After Divorce

    || 4-Jun-2018

    Divorce can certainly complicate finances, especially because spouses go from supporting one household to two. This means double the rent or mortgage, double the utilities, and having to buy new furniture all over again. Spouses also lose insurance discounts because they are no longer “married” and sharing a policy. Often, divorce means a spouse’s finances are turned upside-down. ...
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  • Parenting Tips for Divorcing Parents

    || 14-May-2018

    When you first get a divorce, you have to get accustomed to a “new normal” in more ways than one: Your finances are going to be different. Your housing will likely change. Your work situation may change. And if you’re a parent, everything will change there. Suddenly, you may not see your children every day and you’ll have to make the best of it. The idea of co-parenting ...
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  • Two Biggest Fears of Divorce

    || 7-May-2018

    Even though roughly half of all first marriages in the United States end in divorce, that doesn’t seem to make divorce any easier on people. Often, divorce comes as a shock to couples who thought their love would last forever. They feel like their lives are turned upside-down even though statistically, the odds were against them from day one. In our experience, men and women tend to have two ...
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  • What to Do When the Divorce is Over

    || 16-Apr-2018

    Everything you’ve done in recent months has built up to the moment when the divorce is completed. You’re divorced, the worst is over and now it’s time to embrace the next chapter in your life and your future. You may feel relieved, or the finalization of your divorce may have caused other, unexpected feelings. Regardless of how you feel about your marriage being officially over, ...
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  • Your Guide to Surviving Divorce

    || 2-Apr-2018

    If you’re getting a divorce, you need to protect yourself. And, one of the unconventional ways to make the process easier is to consciously work with your spouse to obtain a cooperative, no-fault divorce, one where the courts do not need to interfere. Even when you can work with your husband or wife to achieve an amicable divorce, you still need to understand your rights and responsibilities ...
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  • Preparing for Your Divorce

    || 26-Mar-2018

    Let’s face it – divorce is not easy. It’s emotionally stressful, and it involves the division of assets and debts. A lot of us hate paperwork and in a divorce, that’s half the battle. If you’re on the brink of divorce, we have good news for you. The more prepared you are, the easier the process will be. As someone headed towards divorce, it’s important that you ...
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  • Dating After Divorce

    || 12-Mar-2018

    It may see unorthodox, but believe it or not, divorce attorneys have a keen eye for relationship red flags. Why? Because, they’ve heard from hundreds, if not thousands of clients about the reasons why their marriages came to an end. This experience can also make for surprisingly valuable dating advice. If you’re in the middle of a divorce or if you’re recently divorced and ...
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  • Are You Being Psychologically Abused?

    || 5-Mar-2018

    “Emotional abuse is like this: You’re filled with sickening dread every morning knowing you’re facing another day of psychological warfare,” Abby Rodman writes in HuffPost. According to Psychology Today, “There are 3 million cases of domestic violence reported each year. Many more go unreported. Emotional abuse often precedes violence, but is rarely discussed.” ...
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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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  • What Happens to a Mortgage in a Divorce?

    || 12-Feb-2018

    If you’re like so many married couples, you got married, bought a house and had two or three children. You may even have two newer vehicles parked in your garage – you’re probably living like the rest of the middle class. And like 50 percent of married couples in the United States, your marriage is ending in divorce. You’ve joined the divorce club. Aside from a 401(k) or ...
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  • Can I Negotiate My Own Divorce Settlement?

    || 11-Dec-2017

    If you’re seriously contemplating a divorce, you may be afraid of the costs involved. You might have heard people say something to the effect of, “Don’t even try to negotiate your own divorce settlement. That’s what attorneys are for.” As you think of these warnings, you begin to imagine the attorney fees rising until you begin to rationalize, “I can’t ...
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  • Filing for Divorce in the New Year

    || 4-Dec-2017

    Are you planning on filing for divorce after the holidays? If so, you have plenty of company. Historically, January is the busiest month for divorce filings across the nation. In contrast, December is the time of year when many (but not all) couples hold off on filing for divorce so they can get through the holidays without dampening the “holiday cheer” or having to handle court ...
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  • How Divorce Impacts Social Security

    || 27-Nov-2017

    Are you getting a divorce in the near future? If you were married for 10 or more years, guess what? You may be entitled to receive Social Security benefits on your former spouse’s earning record, or he or she may be able to receive benefits under yours. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), if a couple gets divorced and their marriage lasted at least 10 years, one of the ...
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  • No Fault Divorce Saves Money, Time & Heartache

    || 20-Nov-2017

    We’ve all heard horror stories about couples whose divorces dragged on in court for years. We’ve heard about divorces that cost more than $50,000, and divorces that drove couples straight to bankruptcy court. We’re not even touching on the couples who had to spend thousands of dollars on counseling sessions or therapy to handle the “stress” of their contentious ...
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  • Protecting Your Credit in Divorce

    || 16-Oct-2017

    As someone who’s about to get divorced, surely, you’ve heard horror stories about people whose credit was “ruined” because of their divorce. Is this possible? Yes, absolutely. Can it be prevented? Yes, for sure, if you play your cards right. It’s important to understand that divorce itself does not affect a person’s credit score. Unlike a bankruptcy, a ...
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  • Modifying a Parenting Plan

    || 11-Sep-2017

    If you are a parent of minor children who is headed towards divorce, you and your spouse are going to need to create a Parenting Plan. Your plan will detail legal custody and physical custody, and how you will both divide your time with the children. While this plan may be great for right now, you may need to change it in the future. When it comes to divorce, rarely do things stay the same. ...
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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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  • Creating a Post-Divorce Budget

    || 28-Aug-2017

    Whether you’ve been married for two years, ten years, or twenty years, surely your finances are intertwined with your spouse’s, even if you have managed to keep all of your bank accounts, auto loans, and credit cards separate. Maybe you pay the rent or mortgage and your spouse pays the two auto loans. Or, perhaps you pay all of the housing expenses, and your spouse pays all the ...
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