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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…




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…




May 21st, 2014

On May 20, 2014, Federal Judge John E. Jones III ruled in the case of Whitewood v. Wolf “that Pennsylvania’s Marriage Laws violate” the United States Constitution. As a result, Pennsylvania marriage laws defining a marriage as between a man … Read More…




March 6th, 2014

It’s finally March. Spring must be around the corner, right? However, as I look out of my window and see gray skies and the snow-covered ground I wonder if this endless winter will ever call it quits.  In some ways, … Read More…




February 20th, 2014

One of the first questions clients often ask me is about filing for a “legal separation.”  In Pennsylvania, there is no such thing as a “legal separation.” However, it is important to determine a couple’s actual separation date for a … Read More…




November 19th, 2013

Clients often compare their divorce to the divorce of a relative, friend or even unknown parties discussed in an article found online. Comparing one matrimonial matter to another person’s case can often lead to unrealistic expectations. Each domestic matter is … Read More…