If I Get Divorced, Will I Be Ruined Financially?

Divorce is a significant life event that can have substantial financial implications for both parties involved. For many facing this transition, the concern about financial ruin is paramount. However, understanding how Pennsylvania law addresses the financial aspects of divorce can help alleviate some of these fears. This blog aims to provide potential family law clients […]

Understanding Paternity Laws in Pennsylvania: A Guide for Parents

Navigating the legal landscape of paternity can be challenging for parents in Pennsylvania. Whether you’re a mother seeking child support or a father wanting to establish a relationship with your child, understanding paternity laws is crucial. This blog aims to provide a comprehensive overview of paternity laws in Pennsylvania to help you make informed decisions. […]

Understanding Child Support in Pennsylvania

Child support is a hot-button issue in many divorces. It’s a matter that is best resolved with a skilled Pennsylvania child support attorney on your side. Pennsylvania has developed child support calculation guidelines as outlined in the federal Child Support Enforcement Act. These guidelines take into consideration the following: Needs of the child, which include […]

Why people break child custody agreements

|December 20, 2022 | family law

Child custody agreements outline the rights of both parents, including who has physical and legal custody, visitation and other rights. In many cases, judges seek to build fair agreements where the child spends equal time with both parents. However, these agreements differ based on the case and jurisdiction. Therefore, parents should understand common violations and […]

3 ways to protect your mental health during divorce

|February 15, 2022 | blog, family law

When you decided to get divorced, you likely recognized the process would be difficult. But you may not have fully understood how the process could impact your mental health. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, approximately 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. experience a mental illness every year. The following strategies can help you protect […]

How Co-Parents Can Prevent Disputes Over Gift Giving

|October 27, 2021 | blog, family law

The holidays bring about good feelings for many. However, for single parents, holiday gift-giving may cause stress and anger. Disputes between co-parents may escalate as gift-giving events approach. One parent may feel pressure to keep up with the other parent’s spending. Gift duplication may prove a real prospect and cause anxiety. To help, learn some […]

How should you tell your grandchildren about your divorce?

|August 23, 2021 | blog, family law

Divorce rates are on the rise among Americans ages 55 and older. The oldest generations face challenges when they decide to end their marriages, and this often includes not only deciding how to tell their children, but how to reassure their grandchildren as well. If you and your spouse have decided to pursue a so-called […]

How to build a successful co-grandparenting relationship after a divorce

If you have adult children, you may worry about how your kids may take the news of your divorce. Fortunately, they are likely to adjust to your post-divorce situation eventually. When your children have children, though, you want to be sure you and your ex-spouse can co-grandparent successfully.  Even if you and your ex-spouse do […]

Addressing divorce and parents interfering with parenting time

|December 28, 2020 | family law

When Pennsylvania couples divorce, child custody and parenting time can be a challenge. In many cases, they work together for the good of the children. In others, there is disagreement, and problems such as parenting time interference will crop up. Direct and indirect parenting time interference Parents might obstruct the other parent’s access to the […]

How to cope after a marriage ends

|December 28, 2020 | family law

It is estimated that up to half of all marriages in the United States will end in divorce. While a divorce may be an emotionally painful event to experience, there are things that Pennsylvania residents and others can do to move past it. For example, individuals should focus on what they have and what they […]

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