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Recent Posts in Fault Divorce Category

  • Adultery & a Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce

    || 17-Apr-2017

    Some states, such as California and Nevada are called “no-fault” divorce states, meaning, people can’t get fault-based divorces in no-fault divorce states. Pennsylvania on the other hand, allows spouses to seek no-fault divorces and fault-based divorces. For the resident of Pennsylvania whose spouse cheated on them, this can get a little confusing. Suppose you’re married ...
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  • Grounds for Divorce in Pennsylvania

    || 24-Oct-2016

    Are you contemplating divorce? If you decide to take the plunge, in your divorce papers you will need to indicate on what "ground" you are divorcing. In other words, you must note the reason why you're filing for a divorce. In Pennsylvania, spouses can file for divorce on both fault and no-fault grounds. If a spouse wants to file a "fault" divorce, he or she is essentially ...
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  • Pennsylvania Divorce Made Easy

    || 30-Aug-2016

    If you are contemplating divorce, the fear of a complex divorce may have you second-guessing yourself. Or, perhaps the fear of being separated for two long years before you are single again seems like too much to bear – that's entirely understandable! If you've heard all the divorce horror stories, please know that divorce doesn't have to be messy. In fact, there is a much better ...
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  • We Both Want a Divorce, What's Next?

    || 6-Jun-2016

    You and your spouse decided that after a long, hard look at your relationship, it's best that you go your separate ways. You may not agree on much else, but you both agree that it's time to get a divorce. So, what do you do next? In Pennsylvania, divorce actions are the same as any other lawsuit. In order to get the divorce started, one of you will have to file a complaint with the court ...
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  • Why You Want a Mutual Consent Divorce

    || 8-Mar-2016

    In many states, a spouse can be granted a divorce in about 6 months as long as he or she wants out, for example, this is the case in California, the state that spearheaded the "no-fault" divorce. Meaning, a spouse can get a divorce so long as he or she wants it, regardless if their husband or wife is okay with the split. In Pennsylvania on the other hand, it's not that easy to obtain ...
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  • Starting a Divorce in Pennsylvania

    || 15-Feb-2016

    Are you considering filing for divorce in Pennsylvania? If so, do you know what needs to be done in order for the process to get started? If you will be the one to initiate the divorce, you will be called the "plaintiff" and your spouse the "defendant." To begin, a legal document called a Complaint of Divorce will need to be filed at your local courthouse. The complaint will ...
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  • What If My Spouse Doesn't Want a Divorce?

    || 10-Aug-2015

    Relationships can be complicated and just because you want a divorce, it doesn't mean that your husband or wife does too. What happens if you want a divorce, but your spouse says they won't give you one? To answer this question, first we must look at the grounds for divorce in Pennsylvania, which can be either FAULT or NO-FAULT. For a "fault" divorce, you must be able to prove ...
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