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Divorce Day: What Is That?

By Lauren H. Kane |

Every January 5th, some magazine produces an article on the state of American marriages. Why January 5th, you ask? Well, it is the first workday after the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Each year, divorce attorneys are bombarded by more calls from agitated spouses looking to divorce than any other day of the year…. Read More »

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Is Divorce Contagious?

By Lauren H. Kane |

With the omicron variant now spreading its way through the United States and the world, one might question whether or not “contagious” is the right word to describe a growing trend among social groups. Social groups in which one or more members have divorced increase the likelihood of other divorces within the social group… Read More »

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Five Tips To Protect Your Assets In A High Net Worth Divorce

By Lauren H. Kane |

Divorce is expensive and it is not uncommon for people to worry that they will lose everything. Fortunately, Pennsylvania follows the equitable distribution model of property division, so you will not lose everything you have during the divorce process. Still, your marital assets are subject to division, so it is important to know how… Read More »

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Need To Ask Your Spouse For A Divorce? Follow These Tips

By Lauren H. Kane |

If you know that divorce is the right option for your marriage, the thought of approaching your spouse about the subject likely fills you with dread. While the thought of starting out in a new life may bring you some relief, the idea of talking to your spouse about it is always stressful. During… Read More »

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Common Questions About Separation In Bucks County

By Lauren H. Kane |

Separation is something couples sometimes consider when they are experiencing difficulties in their marriage but are not yet ready to get a divorce. A separation can help each person determine if they want to work out their differences with their spouse, or if they want to officially dissolve their marriage. Pennsylvania is in the… Read More »

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Do Divorced Parents Have To Pay For College?

By Lauren H. Kane |

When parents get a divorce, it is common for one party to receive primary child custody and for a judge to order the other party to pay child support. All parents in Pennsylvania are responsible for financially providing for their children, but the idea of child support is not always so straightforward. Parents do… Read More »

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FAQs About Child Custody

By Lauren H. Kane |

Issues involving children are some of the most pressing in many divorce cases. Parents know there is a lot on the line, and they have a lot of questions. If you are getting a divorce and children are involved, below are some of the most frequently asked questions about child custody in the state…. Read More »

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Four Issues You May Face Post-Divorce And How To Address Them

By Lauren H. Kane |

Once a judge issues a final divorce order, you may think everything is over. Unfortunately, you will still have a relationship with your ex after the divorce, particularly if you have children together. There are many issues you may face post-divorce, and a Delaware County family lawyer can help you through them. A lawyer… Read More »

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When Will Courts Deviate From The Child Support Formula?

By Lauren H. Kane |

Any time a divorce involves children, there is a very good chance that one parent will have to pay child support to the other. In the majority of cases, a judge will use a child support formula to determine the amount of support payments. However, there are times when a judge will deviate from… Read More »

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FAQs About Divorce Mediation

By Lauren H. Kane |

It is easy to assume that if you are getting a divorce, you are facing a lengthy courtroom battle. Fortunately, that is not the case. There are many different ways to get divorced in Delaware County, including mediation and collaborative divorce. Mediation is highly misunderstood and many people do not understand the role a… Read More »

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