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October 30th, 2018

A recent report by the Pennsylvania Department of Health revealed some interesting trends in divorce in the commonwealth over the years. The report, released in May, tracked the number of marriages, divorces and annulments in Pennsylvania from 1950 through 2017. … Read More…




October 23rd, 2018

The new tax law has reduced many options for alimony deductions. However, a recent court case revealed a surprising one that still qualifies (for now, anyway). As reported in an recent online article, student loan payments made by a former … Read More…




September 28th, 2018

Divorces that may be settled amicably now have a new state law in place to regulate them. Governor Tom Wolf signed the Pennsylvania Collaborative Law Act on June 28, 2018, which standardizes the common practice of collaborative law where two … Read More…




September 26th, 2018

Where you live could dramatically affect how much child support you pay or receive, according to a recent article in Forbes. The difference could be as much as 3.5 times as much, accounting for typical income levels in the state … Read More…




September 11th, 2018

The new tax law goes into effect on January 1, 2019 with some significant changes for divorcing couples. If you’re thinking about a split anytime soon, it might benefit you to do it this year, according to a recent article … Read More…




July 25th, 2018

As more women become breadwinners for their families, a growing number are paying alimony and child support following a divorce. In a new report by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), 54 percent of 1,650 attorneys surveyed saw an … Read More…




May 20th, 2018

In addition to the recent statutory changes regarding the class of individuals who have standing to seek physical and legal custody of a child, Senate Bill 844 has also redefined the circumstances under which grandparents have standing to seek partial … Read More…