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Month: March 2017

Business owners and divorce

When couples in Pennsylvania divorce, financial concerns are quite common. Issues to be decided during the divorce often involve the division of assets, including real estate and retirement plans, as well as the negotiation of both spousal and child support. When one...

How to alter a child support order

Parents in Pennsylvania are typically required to support their children until they reach the age of majority. In the event of a divorce, the noncustodial parent may be required to make child support payments to the custodial parent. However, it is possible for a...

Helping children cope with divorce

Pennsylvania parents who are ending their marriage can behave in certain ways that may help make it less difficult for their children. They should avoid arguing in front of their children and should avoid making negative remarks about the other parent in front of the...

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