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May 3rd, 2019

You may not be thinking about your credit score during the process of a divorce, but if you ignore it completely, you could find yourself with a poor credit rating, according to a recent article. While divorce on its own … Read More…




April 10th, 2019

Your divorce is behind you. But your estate documents are still “married.” Now is the time to reevaluate your estate plan so you’re not forever tied to your ex-spouse. When you’re estate planning after a divorce, there are several key … Read More…




March 22nd, 2019

As recently as tax year 2017, eligible persons were able to claim exemptions from their adjusted gross income of as much as $4,050 per dependent child. To have qualified, the dependent child must have lived with the person(s) claiming the … Read More…




March 11th, 2019

Did you ever wonder what month has the highest divorce rate? According to a recent news report, that month is January. Why would the dawn of a new year be so very busy for such a major marital decision? It’s … Read More…




February 18th, 2019

Custodial grandparenting isn’t new, but the numbers have grown so significantly that the trend has prompted a new descriptor:  the “grandfamily,” according to a recent Washington Post article. Grandparents raising grandchildren full-time is a growing trend. As we shared on … Read More…




January 24th, 2019

There’s a growing trend in the United States for babies to be born out of wedlock, according to an article in the New York Post. Unmarried parents now account for 40 percent of births, as compared to 10 percent in … Read More…




January 14th, 2019

An estimated 80,000+ grandparents are raising their grandchildren in Pennsylvania, in part due to the opioid crisis which is rendering parents incapable, according to a recent news article. In response, Governor Wolf signed two bills into law in October that … Read More…