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  • Child Support for Incarcerated Parents in Pennsylvania
    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?
    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
    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 Date My Spouse During Our Divorce?
    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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  • One-Year Waiting Period for Pennsylvania Divorce
    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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  • Stepparent Adoptions in Pennsylvania
    Stepparent Adoptions in Pennsylvania

    If you’re getting a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania and you have a child with your soon-to-be ex, you may be wondering, “If I remarry, is it possible for my new spouse to adopt my child?” If you’re ...

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