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How is Child Support Determined in Pennsylvania?

How is Child Support Determined in Pennsylvania?

Child support in Pennsylvania (and 36 other states) is centered on the Income Shares Model, which is based on the concept that children should receive the same proportion of parental income that they would have received if the parents lived together. That amount is...

How is Alimony Determined in Pennsylvania?

How is Alimony Determined in Pennsylvania?

Alimony is but one financial aspect of divorce and there are many for which you should have a qualified divorce financial professional review. Alimony is a generic term that actually refers to three types of support payments made by the higher earning spouse to the...

Top Three Divorce Settlement Agreement Mistakes

Top Three Divorce Settlement Agreement Mistakes

When it comes to divorce, there are many areas where we feel vulnerable. When it comes to the marital settlement agreement or property agreement, we rely on the advice and judgment of our trusted advisors. What would you rather hear: “everything will be okay, don’t...

How to Get a Divorce in Pennsylvania

How to Get a Divorce in Pennsylvania

Most "How to Get Divorced” articles take a rather narrow view, i.e., the legal process. Obviously, these articles are typically written by lawyers. 😉 How to get divorced can be a multi-faceted, complicated, entangled, frustrating, non-linear, jumble of a messy...

Virtual Divorce Mediation: a Good Idea?

Virtual Divorce Mediation: a Good Idea?

You want a divorce and think mediation might be the best choice. Sometimes in-person meetings aren't feasible or the better alternative. In the midst of this COVID-19 lockdown, you may have heard a good deal about virtual meetings, classrooms, etc. Let's look at when...

Do You Need a Divorce Lawyer to Mediate Your Divorce?

Do You Need a Divorce Lawyer to Mediate Your Divorce?

Now that you decided mediation is probably the right process for your divorce, should you start looking for a divorce lawyer who mediates? No, you don’t have to—your mediator does not have to be a divorce lawyer and as such may not even be the best fit for the job....

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