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Myths abound when it comes to child support, particularly regarding when parties do and do not have to pay child support. Here are eight myths debunked.

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How Trusts Are Addressed in Divorce and Support Ma ...
February 12, 2024

Increasingly, more divorce and support matters involve trusts. Whether a trust is considered to be an asset in a divorce or income in a child or spousal support action depends on ...

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New Year’s Resolutions: Avoid The Top Ten Worst ...
January 2, 2024

Many people who are stuck in an unhappy marriage decide to wait until after the holidays to “pull the plug” and move forward with filing for divorce. If you have made the deci ...

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‘Til Death Do Us Part: When Your Spouse Dies in ...
November 16, 2023

If a spouse finds out their partner has been unfaithful during marriage, it can elicit a lot of distress and emotions, but most people will decide to file for divorce.

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Who’s Your Parent, Round 2?: An Update in Defini ...
October 12, 2023

A case on appeal to the Pennsylvania Superior Court has the potential to significantly change the landscape of parentage in Pennsylvania.

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Help! My Rebellious Teenager Will Not Go to My Ex- ...
September 8, 2023

As many parents know, something about children reaching their teenage years sets them on a path of resistance. Being told what to do just does not sit right with a rebellious teena ...

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Who Gets to Keep the Engagement Ring?
August 29, 2023

You love wearing that sparkly eye-catching rock on your finger, but what happens if your intended beloved (or you) decides that you don’t want to go through with the wedding and ...

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The Staying Power of Small and Midsize Firms
August 10, 2023

Law firm mergers remain trendy, but there is also a place in the market for independent small and mid-sized law firms.

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School Is Out….Navigating Summer Custody Issues
July 5, 2023

Summer brings with it its own set of custody issues ranging from where children go to summer camp to travel arrangements. Planning ahead can help mitigate these potential issues.

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Long time, no see—Motioning for Service Pursuant ...
May 5, 2023

Every once in a while you might find yourself dealing with a party who simply does not want to be found. Whether they have fled the state, hid their location, and/or just refuse to ...

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It’s Wedding Season – Do not Wait Until the La ...
May 4, 2023

The Pennsylvania Superior Court’s decision in Orsini v. Orsini altered the landscape for bringing claims of duress in contesting a prenup agreement.

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Considerations When Choosing a School in Custody M ...
March 20, 2023

When divorced or separated parents disagree about where a child should attend school, they should keep in mind a number of considerations for their discussions.

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The Top Ten Worst Things to Do During Your Divorce
February 17, 2023

Divorce is often a stressful situation for all parties involved, and taking certain actions, tempting as it may be, has the potential to have serious legal ramifications.

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