• Ethical Challenges Involved in Dating During Divorce

      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 ...

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    • Will Cheating Ruin My No-Fault Divorce?

      Did your spouse cheat on you? Or, are you the one who cheated? Either way, you may be wondering if you can still seek a no-fault divorce despite the fact that one of you did something wrong and hurt ...

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    • Can I Date My Spouse During Our Divorce?

      When people think of divorcing couples, they almost assume that the husband and wife can’t stand to be in the same room together. They imagine that they can’t wait to physically separate and move on ...

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    • 2019 Changes to Alimony Laws

      For over seven decades, alimony has been tax deductible for the paying spouse and counted as taxable income for the receiving spouse, but thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, on January 1, 2019 all of ...

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    • Enforcing an Alimony Order in Pennsylvania

      In Pennsylvania, alimony (also known as spousal support) is what a higher-earning spouse pays to the lower-earning spouse each month for financial support after the divorce is final. In a no-fault ...

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    • Can I Date During My Separation in Pennsylvania?

      Pennsylvania is not only a mixed state where spouses can file fault and no-fault divorces, but it is also one of the states that frowns upon adultery. Not all states care about infidelity, but ...

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    • OUR PROCESS- UNCONTESTED PENNSYLVANIA DIVORCE

      THE CAIRNS METHOD OF DIVORCE IS CHEAPER, FASTER, AND EASIER THAN EVER! We do things differently than other law firms, because we want your experience to be as hassle-free and as painless as possible. ...

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    • WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AOUT MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS

      When it comes to settling property, alimony, and debt, Pennsylvania courts are "equitable" courts, basically meaning that the court can do whatever it thinks is "fair". There is nothing set in stone ...

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    • HOW TO LOCATE YOUR SPOUSE

      You need to know where your spouse is in order to serve him/her the divorce paperwork. If you cannot locate them, then we cannot take your case. Also, if your later find out that your spouse moved ...

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    • Tips for Negotiating a Divorce Settlement

      As a divorce firm that focuses on no-fault divorces , we work with spouses who have put their differences aside and agreed to negotiate a divorce settlement. Some of these couples already know what ...

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    • How Do I Protect My Assets in a PA Divorce?

      When people decide to divorce , they’re usually concerned about what will happen to their assets. They want to know the fate of their bank accounts, retirement accounts, real estate, investments, and ...

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    • What to do with my wedding ring?

      Wedding rings symbolize eternal love between spouses and are generally given in a moment of bliss. Yet, when facing an uncontested divorce , a ring can evoke some very painful memories. As you ...

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    • Divorce Considerations for Baby Boomers

      “At a time when divorce is becoming less common for younger adults, so-called ‘gray divorce’ is on the rise: Among U.S. adults ages 50 and older, the divorce rate has roughly doubled since the 1990s,” ...

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    • Pope Francis Radically Revises Annulment Process

      On Tuesday, Pope Francis made some sweeping changes to the process by which Catholics annul their marriages, thereby streamlining the process which church members considered too lengthy and expensive. ...

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    • Pregnancy Hasn't Changed Megan Fox's Divorce Plans

      After 11 years of marriage, Megan Fox filed for divorce from Brian Austin Green in August 2015. Before she filed for divorce, the couple had already been separated for six months, according to Fox ...

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    • Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert 'Friendly' After Divorce

      Award-winning country superstars Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert don't want their real-life divorce story to be anything like a sad country song. Two weeks after the country music icons announced ...

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    • Richard Gere and Estranged Wife Fighting Over $100M

      Actor Richard Gere and his estranged wife, Carey Lowell are battling over an estimated $100 million in divorce court. Though the couple, who have been married for 12 years, already settled the child ...

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    • Getting Over the Affair to Achieve a Cheap Divorce

      If your marriage was torn apart by an affair, you have plenty of company. Unfortunately, adultery has become so commonplace that people are almost numb to it. Once a practice committed mostly by men, ...

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    • Cheap, No-Fault Divorce in Pennsylvania

      If it were easier to get divorced in most states, we’d probably have more divorces, now wouldn’t we? For many unhappy spouses, splitting from their spouse is not the issue, but the process is what ...

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    • How to Have a Positive Divorce

      Let’s face it, life’s transitions can be hard, no matter how simple they really are. If we’re smart, we plan in advance for the biggest transitions. When we’re in high school, for example, we strive ...

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    • FAQs About Child Custody During the Holidays

      Now that it’s December, we’re deep in the holiday season. It’s that time of year where we drink hot cocoa, gather around the fireplace, exchange gifts, and enjoy big holiday dinners with family. While ...

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    • Beware of Alienating Your Child's Other Parent

      In a divorce , it may seem natural to talk badly about your ex to your children, especially in the presence of infidelity, domestic violence, emotional abuse, marital debt, and marital waste that ...

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    • Can Substance Abuse Impact Child Custody?

      A lot of people have issues with substance abuse, whether their drug of choice is alcohol, an illegal drug or drugs, or prescription medication. Substance abuse impacts people from all races, ...

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    • Can Child Support Be Terminated?

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children. Generally, child support ends when a child turns 18 or 19 depending on the state, but in our neighboring state, New ...

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    • Does Child Support Come Out of SSI & SSDI?

      If you’re receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits and you have children to support , you may be wondering what impact SSI and SSDI have on child ...

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    • Child Support for Adult Children with Disabilities in PA

      In Pennsylvania, parents are by law, required to support their children until they turn 18, or graduate high school, whichever happens later. This means that whether your children are living with you ...

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    • What is Parallel Parenting?

      If you’re getting a divorce , perhaps one of the reasons why you’re divorcing is two very separate views on parenting – this is not uncommon. We always hear about how parents are supposed to put on a ...

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    • Beware of Alienating Your Child's Other Parent

      In a divorce , it may seem natural to talk badly about your ex to your children, especially in the presence of infidelity, domestic violence, emotional abuse, marital debt, and marital waste that ...

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    • How Noncustodial Parents Can Stay Involved!

      If you’re getting a divorce in Pennsylvania and you’re likely to become the noncustodial parent, you do not have to fall into the stereotypes about noncustodial parents being “deadbeat” parents. We ...

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    • Child Support for Incarcerated Parents in Pennsylvania

      According to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, in the United States, about 1.7 million children have a mother or father who is incarcerated in a state or federal prison. In Pennsylvania, ...

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    • Are Creditors Controlled by Divorce Agreements?

      For divorcing couples, sometimes dividing assets is easier than dividing debts. And the interesting part of it is – in many divorces debt is what led to the breakdown of the marriage. If you are ...

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    • Beware of Pennsylvania's Dead Beat Parent Law

      When couples file for divorce, they don’t go into it thinking, “I’m not going to support my children,” but sometimes unexpected events in life, such as a job loss, an accident, or an illness make it ...

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

      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 ...

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    • Can a Spouse File Bankruptcy & Leave the Other Spouse with Debt?

      You may be wondering if a husband or wife can file bankruptcy in Pennsylvania and leave their spouse with the debt, especially if you’re getting divorced. Pennsylvania is an “equitable distribution” ...

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    • Transferring a Car Title in a Divorce

      When a married couple decides to divorce , they must divide their marital assets and debts through a divorce settlement agreement. This division will address real estate, automobiles, retirement ...

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    • Divorcing? Monitor Your Credit!

      You’ve probably heard horror stories about people who say their divorce ruined their credit. You’ve also probably heard about divorces that drove people to bankruptcy, mostly because their ex maxed ...

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    • What is Parallel Parenting?

      If you’re getting a divorce , perhaps one of the reasons why you’re divorcing is two very separate views on parenting – this is not uncommon. We always hear about how parents are supposed to put on a ...

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    • Divorce: Why it Pays to Play Nice

      When someone is in a bad marriage, it can feel like they’re living every day of their lives in a battlefield. Of course, not all marriages are battlefields, sometimes they just feel apathetic, boring, ...

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    • Divorcing? Monitor Your Credit!

      You’ve probably heard horror stories about people who say their divorce ruined their credit. You’ve also probably heard about divorces that drove people to bankruptcy, mostly because their ex maxed ...

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    • What is Parallel Parenting?

      If you’re getting a divorce , perhaps one of the reasons why you’re divorcing is two very separate views on parenting – this is not uncommon. We always hear about how parents are supposed to put on a ...

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    • Divorce: Why it Pays to Play Nice

      When someone is in a bad marriage, it can feel like they’re living every day of their lives in a battlefield. Of course, not all marriages are battlefields, sometimes they just feel apathetic, boring, ...

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    • Ethical Challenges Involved in Dating During Divorce

      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 ...

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    • No-Fault vs. Fault Divorce in Pennsylvania

      Some states, such as California and Nevada are called “no-fault” divorce states. Pennsylvania on the other hand, lets divorcing parties choose between no-fault and fault-based divorces. If you decide ...

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    • Adultery & a Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce

      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 ...

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    • PA Divorce: Do I Need a Lawyer?

      If you’re headed toward divorce , you may be wondering if you really need an attorney, especially if you’re having a friendly or “amicable divorce.” You may also be wondering if a divorce lawyer is ...

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    • What if I Ignore the Divorce Complaint?

      Sometimes, when a spouse files for divorce , their husband or wife ignore the divorce complaint. Meaning, they do nothing. Why would someone do nothing? There are different reasons: The individual may ...

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    • Should I Go Back to My Maiden Name After Divorce?

      Should you go back to your maiden name after your divorce ? What is the “right” thing to do? Really, it’s up to you. Regardless if someone decides to keep their maiden name or keep their married name, ...

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    • One-Year Waiting Period for Pennsylvania Divorce

      Are you considering filing for a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania? If so, you’ll need to file a divorce complaint in the court, which will be served against your husband or wife. However, before you ...

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    • How Long Will My Pennsylvania Uncontested Divorce Take Under the New Law?

      Pennsylvania law recently changed to allow for faster divorces. The new law can be a bit confusing, so HERE'S THE EASY WAY TO KNOW HOW LONG YOUR PA DIVORCE WILL TAKE: IF... you have been separated 1 ...

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    • Ditch the Divorce Attorney & Get a Quick Divorce

      Some of the best outcomes of divorce come from couples that seek to do so collaboratively. A collaborative divorce is one where the couple works out the details of their separation without the need ...

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    • PA Divorce: Do I Need a Lawyer?

      If you’re headed toward divorce , you may be wondering if you really need an attorney, especially if you’re having a friendly or “amicable divorce.” You may also be wondering if a divorce lawyer is ...

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

      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 ...

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    • Ethical Challenges Involved in Dating During Divorce

      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 ...

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    • Failing to Comply with an Order of Equitable Distribution in Pennsylvania

      In the United States, there are two methods of dividing marital property in a divorce : equitable distribution and community property. Like the majority of states, Pennsylvania is an equitable ...

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

      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 ...

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    • Dividing Retirement Assets in a Pennsylvania Divorce

      In the United States, there are two methods of distributing marital property in a divorce : 1) equitable distribution and 2) community property. Like the majority of the states, Pennsylvania follows ...

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    • Parenting Tips for Divorcing Parents

      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 ...

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    • What does Separate & Apart Mean During an Uncontested Divorce?

      With relationships changing in Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania and the country, definitions legal terms can be confusing. To help sort through the legal terminology for an uncontested divorce , ...

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    • Cairns Law Offices will finish Attorney Laurence Rutenberg's divorce cases.

      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 ...

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    • Do Moms Have an Unfair Advantage in Divorce?

      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 ...

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    • Pennsylvania Changes Loophole Regarding Rapist Fathers' Rights

      A bill that would amend Pennsylvania unanimously passed the Pennsylvania house last month. This law concerns a loophole which allows rapist fathers to obtain custody and visitation rights of a child ...

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    • No-Fault vs. Fault Divorce in Pennsylvania

      Some states, such as California and Nevada are called “no-fault” divorce states. Pennsylvania on the other hand, lets divorcing parties choose between no-fault and fault-based divorces. If you decide ...

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    • Adultery & a Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce

      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 ...

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    • Grounds for Divorce in Pennsylvania

      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 ...

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    • Grandparents' Rights After a Pennsylvania Divorce

      If you’re a parent who is getting a divorce in Pennsylvania, or if you’re a grandparent whose son or daughter is getting a divorce, you may be curious about a grandparent’s rights after a divorce. If ...

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    • No-Fault vs. Fault Divorce in Pennsylvania

      Some states, such as California and Nevada are called “no-fault” divorce states. Pennsylvania on the other hand, lets divorcing parties choose between no-fault and fault-based divorces. If you decide ...

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      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 ...

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    • Grounds for Divorce in Pennsylvania

      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 ...

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    • Two Years is Too Long for Pennsylvania Divorce

      Reinforcing the stability of marriage while minimizing the impact of divorce should be the ultimate goal of divorce law in Pennsylvania. That was the intention of the state's lawmakers, but sadly, ...

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    • PA Divorces Need Shorter Waiting Period

      Even the friendlier divorces can be painful and exhausting, and they can affect you physically. From sleepless nights, to anxiety, grief, and everything in between, divorce isn't for the faint at ...

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    • House Bill 380 Would Reduce Divorce Waiting Period in PA

      HARRISBURG, Pa. – A Pennsylvania lawmaker believes that Pennsylvania's two-year waiting period for no-fault divorce is too long, and there are many divorce attorneys and Pennsylvania residents that ...

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    • Does Pennsylvania Have Legal Separation?

      Some states, such as California allow married couples to get legally separated as an alternative to divorce. In California for example, a married couple can get legally separated to give themselves ...

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    • Divorce Inevitably Brings Change

      If you're headed towards divorce , you probably have a lot on your mind, especially if you have children with your spouse. Initially, you’ll need to decide on asset and debt division, child custody , ...

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    • Can a Divorce Agreement Be Changed?

      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 ...

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    • Do I Really Need a Settlement Agreement?

      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, ...

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    • What is Medical Support in Pennsylvania?

      Are you getting a divorce in Pennsylvania? If your case will include child support or spousal support then it will also include medical support. But what is medical support? Medical support is health ...

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    • Can Military Spouses Get a Cheap, No-Fault Divorce?

      Marriage in the military can be very difficult, especially upon young couples who have only been together for a short while. Young military families often have to deal with one deployment after the ...

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    • Child Custody in a Military Divorce

      When military families file for divorce, they have to figure out what's most important to them. Depending on their situation, it usually comes down to the children, spousal support, or the pension. If ...

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    • Dividing Military Pensions in a Divorce

      What is important to you? Is it the children, the military pension, or spousal support ? That is how our Pennsylvania divorce attorneys start conversations with service members or their spouses who ...

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    • The Argument for a No-Fault Divorce in Pennsylvania

      We have all heard divorce horror stories over the years. We’ve heard tales of jealousy, spite, and long, drawn-out court battles. We’ve heard of litigated divorces plummeting spouses into bankruptcy ...

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    • Can Military Spouses Get a Cheap, No-Fault Divorce?

      Marriage in the military can be very difficult, especially upon young couples who have only been together for a short while. Young military families often have to deal with one deployment after the ...

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    • Why Do I Need a Divorce Attorney?

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    • What does Separate & Apart Mean During an Uncontested Divorce?

      With relationships changing in Philadelphia and across Pennsylvania and the country, definitions legal terms can be confusing. To help sort through the legal terminology for an uncontested divorce , ...

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    • The Argument for a No-Fault Divorce in Pennsylvania

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    • Divorcing an Addict

      If you’re married to an alcoholic or someone battling another form of addiction, it’s probably taken quite a toll on your marriage. If you’ve been trying to make your marriage work and you’re running ...

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    • Will Cheating Ruin My No-Fault Divorce?

      Did your spouse cheat on you? Or, are you the one who cheated? Either way, you may be wondering if you can still seek a no-fault divorce despite the fact that one of you did something wrong and hurt ...

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    • How Long Will My Pennsylvania Uncontested Divorce Take Under the New Law?

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      Before you can divorce in Pennsylvania, you must meet certain requirements. First, you or your spouse must have lived in the state for at least six months. If you file for a mutual consent divorce in ...

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    • Divorcing? Get Your Finances in Line!

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    • Should You Change Your Name After Divorce?

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      Right now, online, there are several things you can do to help yourself out during a divorce: venting on social media is not one these things. In fact, far too many people damage their divorce, or ...

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    • Beware of Alienating Your Child's Other Parent

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    • Don't Alienate Your Kids from Your Spouse

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    • Modifying a Parenting Plan

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    • Parental Relocation After the Divorce

      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 ...

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    • Last-Minute Christmas Advice

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    • Paternity Issues in a Pennsylvania Divorce

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    • Pet Custody in a PA Divorce

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    • Can I Control Property Division in My PA Divorce?

      If you are headed for divorce and the laws and the whole process are new to you, there’s a good chance that you’re wondering if you can have any control over how your assets and debts are divided. Can ...

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    • What We Can Learn From the Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Divorce

      After months of hearing divorce rumors in the tabloids, Ben Affleck, 42, and Jennifer Garner, 43, announced to the world that they planned to divorce. The announcement was made one day after the ...

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    • Why You May Want a Prenup

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    • Pennsylvania Marital Settlement Agreements

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    • Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce in Pennsylvania

      If you’re a resident of Pennsylvania and you’re headed for divorce , you’re bound to hear certain legal terms thrown around, such as “uncontested divorce,” “ mutual consent divorce ,” “no-fault ...

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      If you live in Pennsylvania and your marriage is ending, you may be wondering if Pennsylvania is a 50/50 state in regard to divorce. Technically, 50/50 states are called “community property” states ...

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    • What to Do When the Divorce is Over

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    • Dividing Retirement Assets in Divorce

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    • Forming Your Uncontested Divorce Team

      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. ...

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    • How Forensic Accountants Can Help With Uncontested Divorce

      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 ...

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    • Alimony & Marital Settlement Agreements for Pennsylvania

      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 ...

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    • How Same-Sex Marriage Changes the Divorce Landscape

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    • 6 Social Media Don'ts During Divorce

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    • Enforcing Spousal Support Orders After Divorce

      If you’re heading into a Pennsylvania divorce and you expect to either pay or receive spousal support, you will be interested in learning how the state enforces spousal support orders if a spouse ...

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