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How is Custody Shared in a Divorce?

Physical custody is shared in divorce by creating a schedule or calendar that sets forth each parent’s time with the children. Legal custody which is the right to make major decisions affecting the children, is almost always shared equally between the parents.

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How Divorce Mediation Works In New York

Divorce mediation in New York, provides a confidential, non-adversarial and cost-effective alternative to traditional divorce litigation. In mediation, instead of you and your spouse having to hire your own attorneys (more…)

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How Marital Assets Are Divided in Montgomery County, PA

In Montgomery County, as in other counties across the state of Pennsylvania, when a couple gets divorced the legal process for dividing their marital property is known as “equitable distribution.” Equitable distribution can be accomplished by (more…)

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce Mediation

Answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions about Divorce Mediation.  Learn how Divorce Mediation can help you and your spouse resolve your divorce amicably. (more…)

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How Much Does Divorce Mediation Cost in Delaware County, PA?

Estimating the total costs associated with getting a divorce in Delaware County PA can be tricky. The cost of a divorce, in general, is largely dependent on the complexity of the case and the relationship between the parties. (more…)

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How the New Tax Law Affects Alimony in Pennsylvania: Part 3

In our previous posts, How the New Tax Law Affects Alimony in Pennsylvania: Part 1 and  How the New Tax Law Affects Alimony in Pennsylvania: Part 2, we discussed how the new Pennsylvania spousal support guidelines that were enacted in response to the 2019 changes in the federal tax law affected child support, spousal support and alimony pendente lite awards. In this final post of the series, we (more…)

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