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September 2017 Archives

Dividing marital property fairly in a high-asset divorce

Pennsylvania residents going through the divorce process will want to negotiate an equitable division of marital assets to protect their future financial health. Even when they work diligently to achieve this, however, they may overlook certain things that can actually result in an unfavorable division.

How parents can resolve custody matters jointly

Pennsylvania estranged parents don't necessarily need to go to court to resolve their child custody issues. Instead, it may be possible to do so through informal negotiations or through alternate dispute resolution methods such as mediation or collaborative law. In many cases, child custody issues are resolved before it becomes necessary to ask a judge to make a ruling. In fact, parents may be able to resolve a child custody matter without the need for attorneys.

Importance of consistent rules between parents' homes

Pennsylvanians who are getting divorced should focus on helping their children to deal with the situation in healthy manners. As children are very dependent on structure, it is important for parents to try to determine in advance what rules they will have in each of their homes for the children.

Handling a difficult co-parenting situation after a divorce

Some Pennsylvania parents who are divorced may be struggling to co-parent with a difficult ex-spouse. As long as these struggles are not related to issues such as addiction and abuse and instead have more to do with ongoing conflict between parents, there may be steps that can be taken to improve the situation.

3 myths about divorce you should know

Getting divorced is usually not something people plan to do when they get married. Unfortunately, it is something that happens. If you are considering divorce, you may have some preconceived notions that are incorrect. This could be due to things you have heard from friends, family or even seen on an acquaintance's social media feed.

The advantages of shared parenting

Parents in Pennsylvania who are considering separation or divorce are often concerned about child custody and visitation issues. Historically, mothers typically assume primary physical custody of their children while the father has visitation rights. Some experts and parents have noted, however, that this practice has not kept up with the changing roles of men and women in society.

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