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What might happen to a business during a divorce

When going through a divorce in Pennsylvania, spouses may disagree about issues like child custody, property division or alimony. Property division can be especially confusing when a business is involved because couples may run a business together or not know how to split a profitable company.

Virtual visitation in child custody orders

One of the most difficult elements that Pennsylvania parents who are going through a divorce often face is child custody. In addition to ascertaining financial and legal responsibility, courts often have to sort out such emotional issues as personal care and visitation rights. Modern technology has moved into the issue of child custody with the reality of virtual visitation.

How reasonable visitation schedules work

Pennsylvania family courts often prefer to encourage parents to work together in developing parenting plans during divorce proceedings. Judges may order that non-custodial parents receive reasonable visitation with their children, and parents often have questions about what that term means and how it is determined.

Safeguarding a business against divorce

Residents of Pennsylvania may be interested in learning how to avoid pitfalls associated with safeguarding a business from complications in a divorce process. Building a business is difficult enough, but unexpectedly receiving the news that a spouse is filing for divorce can drastically affect entrepreneurial efforts. Taking the necessary steps to ensure a business is protected is crucial.

Child support FAQs in Pennsylvania

Under Pennsylvania state law, both parents of a child must provide for that child until he or she turns 18. Child support may be required after the child turns 18 if he or she is still in high school and not emancipated. Once the child has turned 18 and is out of high school, a parent may apply to have support ended.

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