Blog Posts in June, 2012

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  • Protect Yourself From Huge Wedding Debts
    Protect Yourself From Huge Wedding Debts

    Wedding costs can put a high amount of stress on a new marriage. Often newlyweds find themselves in debt just as the couple starts their new life together. This strain in finances can quickly lead to ...

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  • What is the difference between a Separation Agreement and a Settlement Agreement?
    What is the difference between a Separation Agreement and a Settlement Agreement?

    The terms sound very similar, and many people call both by one or the other's name and they are used interchangeably. In fact, they are slightly different. A Separation Agreement is a contract between ...

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  • How long will it take before my Pennsylvania simple, uncontested, no-fault divorce is final?
    How long will it take before my Pennsylvania simple, uncontested, no-fault divorce is final?

    Depending on the service you choose (NORMAL, FAST, or RUSH), your divorce can be completed in as little as 4-6 weeks. Find out why below. The number one questions we get is "how much time does it take ...

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  • Starting the Divorce Process
    Starting the Divorce Process

    You have decided to go ahead and get an uncontested Pennsylvania divorce . Now you are wondering what you have to do to get started. Below is a run-down of some the basics, including what you will ...

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  • Religious Annulment vs. Legal Annulment
    Religious Annulment vs. Legal Annulment

    Due to the difficulty infrequency in obtaining annulments, Cairns Law Offices does not handle annulments. If you think you may want to try to get an annulment, know that there are two basic types of ...

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  • What are the residency requirements for a no-fault/ no-contest divorce in Pennsylvania?
    What are the residency requirements for a no-fault/ no-contest divorce in Pennsylvania?

    In order to be divorced in Pennsylvania and for Cairns Law Offices to help you, either you or your spouse needs to be a resident of the state for at least 6 months prior to the divorce being filed ...

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