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December 1st, 2017

Being able to divorce your spouse without his or her consent has been an option in Pennsylvania since 1980. But this type of divorce, which is known as “no-fault,” recently got a slight rewrite from a bill signed into law … Read More…




September 29th, 2017

Myths about the divorce process are especially abundant when divorce, the law, and money intersect. Here are four of the most common misconceptions that we encounter frequently in our family law practice in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Assets Are Always Divided … Read More…




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…




June 17th, 2016

Many a client has come into our office wondering what types of expenses (either for their child or for themselves) will be shared between themselves and the person from whom they are seeking financial support. In addition to the specific … Read More…




June 2nd, 2016

If you receive an inheritance, your first instinct might be to share the windfall with your family. Spouses in the midst of – or planning for – a divorce, however, should proceed with caution and take the time to learn … Read More…




May 5th, 2016

If a married couple separates and one spouse files for divorce, what happens if either spouse passes away before the divorce is finalized? Does the surviving spouse have a claim to the deceased spouse’s estate, if no will has been … Read More…




April 14th, 2016

In Pennsylvania, it is illegal to record a conversation unless both parties consent to the recording. Section 5703 of the Pennsylvania Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Control Act provides that if one party intentionally intercepts, endeavors to intercept or procures any … Read More…