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Tips for preparing for divorce negotiations

Going through the divorce process can be enormously stressful. You might be afraid of what your finances will look like post-marriage dissolution, how much time you’ll be able to spend with your children, and how the most intimate details of your marriage are going to...

What if my name is the only name on the mortgage?

It's not unusual for a Pennsylvania married couple to have the mortgage for the family home in the name of just one of the spouses. For instance, one spouse might have owned the home before the marriage. In another fairly common scenario, one spouse has bad credit,...

What to do if your spouse asks for a divorce

No marriage in Pennsylvania is guaranteed to last. If your spouse expresses that they want to end your marriage, it can be very heartbreaking and frustrating. If you don’t want to get a divorce but your partner does, here are some things that you should and shouldn’t...

Divorce tax-planning tips to follow

Pennsylvania couples who are considering a divorce have many unknowns to anticipate. When it comes to dividing up their assets and liabilities, one factor they likely won't consider is taxes. Unfortunately, the property division part of your divorce can play a big...

Make your premarital assets divorce proof

Pennsylvania couples likely enter into marriage full of optimism and hope, but unfortunately, many marriages just don't work out. Prenuptial agreements are a great way to protect most assets, especially for people who have already been married once before. However,...

Divorce for older adults

Compared with earlier generations, there has been a significant rise in the number of people who are getting divorced in their 50s, 60s and beyond. Several different factors have contributed to this trend. Changed expectations One reason is that baby boomers have...

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