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  • Can I Divorce When My House is Upside-Down?
    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?
    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
    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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  • 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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  • Should I File Bankruptcy After Divorce?
    Should I File Bankruptcy After Divorce?

    It’s no secret that money problems have a tendency to strain a marriage and when things get grim, finances can drive a couple apart, leading to divorce. At Cairns Law Offices, we specialize in ...

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  • Can I Negotiate My Own Divorce Settlement?
    Can I Negotiate My Own Divorce Settlement?

    If you’re seriously contemplating a divorce , you may be afraid of the costs involved. You might have heard people say something to the effect of, “Don’t even try to negotiate your own divorce ...

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