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  • Forming Your Uncontested Divorce Team

    || 22-Feb-2013

    Although your immediate world may seem as if it's falling apart, now is the time to buckle down and think of your future. This is the time to put aside your emotional reactions and think rationally. An uncontested divorce team can help you get through an uncontested divorce and help secure a more solid future for you. The assistance of professionals during your uncontested divorce can make the ...
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  • How Forensic Accountants Can Help With Uncontested Divorce

    || 4-Feb-2013

    An uncontested Pennsylvania divorce can bring out the worst in people. It doesn't matter if you live in Pittsburgh or Harrisburg, there are a lot of emotions running on high, including anger and paranoia. As a result, a spouse may feel threatened or scared and start to hide assets from his or her partner, even during a no-fault divorce. If your spouse has handled the marital finances, you may ...
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  • Alimony & Marital Settlement Agreements for Pennsylvania

    || 30-Jan-2013

    Whether you live in Philadelphia or Punxsutawney or somewhere in between, one of the issues which comes up during the negotiation of marital settlement agreements is the subject of alimony. In a nutshell, alimony is the agreement of one partner to make regular payments to his or her spouse. This means that the spouse is responsible for the support and maintenance of his or her spouse to some ...
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  • Does Alimony Exist In Pennsylvania?

    || 29-Jan-2013

    Before you start writing out your marital settlement agreement, even in a cheap uncontested divorce, you may have a few questions about alimony as it pertains to the state of Pennsylvania. The number one question has been does alimony exist in the state of Pennsylvania. The quick answer is yes. There are two types of alimony which are available to divorcing spouses. Alimony pendente lite is ...
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  • How to Get Past A Rut in Marital Settlement Agreements

    || 9-Jan-2013

    You have started negotiating a marital settlement agreement with your spouse, but you find yourself not moving forward with a final agreement. If you have had only one meeting keep in mind that most settlement agreements take several meetings. Also, be clear on your goals of what you really want and what you are willing to compromise on. If you haven't done the following already, make sure to ...
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  • Tips on Starting A Marital Settlement Agreement

    || 8-Jan-2013

    Negotiating a marital settlement agreement during an uncontested divorce can seem overwhelming. You are trying to figure out the best way to get what you need and survive after the divorce; add the emotional aspects and you might feel like giving up before you even start. We've put together some tips to help you get started with your marital settlement agreement. The first item to keep in mind ...
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  • Happy New Year from Cairns Law Offices

    || 1-Jan-2013

    Dear Clients, The Cairns Law Offices wishes everyone from Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Erie, and all points between in the state of Pennsylvania a Happy New Year and heartfelt thanks for trusting our law firm with your uncontested divorce. Last year has been an incredible year for the growth of our services while never wavering in the quality of our services. Cairns Law Offices continues ...
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  • What Happens If My Name Is On Our Mortgage But Not On Deed?

    || 27-Nov-2012

    Sometimes clients getting an uncontested Pennsylvania divorce, whether in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, or another city, want to change the deed to their home. This can mean adding or removing a name or names. This should be addressed in a marital settlement agreement. Two questions often come to mind: 1. Who is responsible for making payments on the home if your name is on the deed but not the ...
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