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Recent Posts in Marital Settlement Agreements Category

  • Can a Divorce Agreement Be Changed?

    || 27-Dec-2016

    If you have decided to get a divorce, you may or may not be apprehensive about the whole process. For example, if you and your spouse have minor children together and you have acquired some marital assets, such as a nice home with a little equity, you may be nervous about child custody and property division. When we represent clients in their divorce actions, we highly recommend that spouses ...
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  • Do I Really Need a Settlement Agreement?

    || 20-Dec-2016

    Instead of handling contested or litigated divorces, our firm focuses on helping spouses who are seeking an uncontested, no-fault divorce. While we may be the home of the cheap, “quickie” divorce, there’s nothing second rate about our services. While we’re big advocates of a fast, no-fault, mutual consent divorce, we do not promote that our clients obtain a divorce without ...
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  • Advantages of a Marital Settlement Agreement

    || 12-Sep-2016

    In Pennsylvania, divorcing couples can get divorced the easy way or they can get divorced the "hard way." By the hard way, we're talking about the two-year separation divorce where one of the spouses refuses to consent to the divorce. In these situations, one spouse wants a divorce and the other spouse won't have it. In effect, the stalling spouse is simply stretching out or ...
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  • Marital Settlement Agreements in Pennsylvania

    || 20-Jun-2016

    If you are a resident of Pennsylvania and are headed for divorce, you and your spouse have the option of deciding how to divide your assets and property without court intervention. However, if you cannot reach such an agreement, your case will end up in court and a judge will decide for you according to Pennsylvania's laws of equitable division – this method is less than cost-effective. ...
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  • Uncontested divorce attorney Laurence Rutenberg has died, and Cairns Law Offices would like to help his clients finish thier cases cheaply and quickly (for as little as $219). Attorney Rutenberg filed his divorce cases in Potter County, and many of his clients and prospective clients are now unable to finish the divorces that Attorney Rutenberg filed for them, or was going to file for them. ...
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  • Why It's Best When Couples Reach a Marital Settlement Agreement

    || 27-Apr-2015

    When a Pennsylvania couple files for divorce, their marital property is subject to the rules of equitable distribution. Unlike community property states such as California, this does not mean that the marital property is divided 50/50. Rather, marital property is divided in a manner that the judge believes is "fair." In a Pennsylvania divorce, property is categorized as either separate ...
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  • What is the "Cairns Method" of getting a divorce?

    || 12-Jun-2012

    There is now a simpler way of getting an uncontested divorce - an online divorce. No longer do you have to spend time and money traveling to see your lawyer or to go to court. Plus, you'll never wonder when your attorney will contact you or wonder where your case stands. We have developed a convenient and seamless online solution for you. Here are some things to note about the Cairns method of ...
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