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June 22nd, 2017

Many people, even some attorneys, are not familiar with the concept of Uniform Laws. That raises the question, “What are Uniform Laws and how do they come into being?” The theory, in a very general sense, behind Uniform Laws is … Read More…


May 18th, 2017

In Pennsylvania, a parent’s basic duty to pay child support endures until the child has reached the traditional age of majority, 18 years, or graduates high school, whichever occurs later. However, parents generally want their children to attend college and, … Read More…


March 24th, 2017

Have you incurred out of pocket medical expenses for your child or children? Is that child or are those children subject to a child support order? If you answered yes to both of these questions, be aware that the other … Read More…


March 9th, 2017

Tax season tends to cause enough consternation for intact families, let alone those at the beginning of the divorce process. While the IRS may not care about your personal situation so long as it gets paid, there are variables that, … Read More…


February 2nd, 2017

As we discussed in an earlier blog post, in 2017, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Domestic Relations Procedural Rules Committee intends to propose a rule to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to replace the current parent coordination rule. The proposed Rule … Read More…


January 12th, 2017

When parents separate or divorce, it is sometimes difficult to agree on various issues regarding their children. One common area of disagreement has to do with school. Should the child attend private school? Should the child attend a parochial school? … Read More…


December 29th, 2016

In the practice of high-stakes family law, it is imperative that attorneys stay up-to-date on the current law on a wide variety of legal issues, from child custody to international divorce. This fall’s CLE conference organized by the American Bar … Read More…