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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…




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…




October 5th, 2016

The waiting period for a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania will be cut in half, from two years to one, thanks to House Bill 380, which Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law on Oct. 4, 2016. The law, Act 102, … Read More…




June 30th, 2016

I am often asked what has made me such an effective family law trial attorney and litigator. After recently giving the question some thought, it occurs to me that there are three vital elements to my success. Over the years, … 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 19th, 2016

In dealing with child custody matters in Pennsylvania, the law generally defers to the parents, allowing them the right to control access to their children. However, that deference yields when a grandparent seeks partial physical custody of their grandchildren. Courts … Read More…