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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…




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…




October 9th, 2015

Grounds for divorce according to Pennsylvania law fall into two categories: “fault” and “no-fault” divorces. In a “fault” divorce, one spouse alleges that the other spouse is at fault for the divorce. The “innocent” spouse must show that the “faulting” … Read More…




March 23rd, 2015

Many Americans have jobs that offer various post-retirement benefits, including healthcare benefits, accumulated sick leave and paid time off benefits. Several states have addressed the valuable economic rights to these assets that were created during the marriage. Many states allow … Read More…




March 9th, 2015

As the April 15th deadline to file federal income tax returns rapidly approaches, with it comes the inevitable, albeit often overlooked (until tax time) question: “If my spouse/Ex and I file separately, who gets to claim the children as dependents?” … Read More…




February 20th, 2015

Marital strife often exists for many years before one person is ready to make the first step of contacting a divorce attorney. This first step is one that is filled with every emotion in the spectrum. Virtually all potential clients … Read More…




February 11th, 2015

If your spouse had an ownership interest in certain assets and failed to disclose the existence of such assets during the divorce process, you may have several remedies available to you under the Pennsylvania Divorce Code. This, however, depends on … Read More…