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Estate Planning After Divorce: Don’t Forget to Protect Your Assets!

Your divorce is over. Your marital property has been divided, and you know what assets are yours. You are exhausted yet relieved that the process is finally over. It’s time to relax and recover, right?    Estate planning after divorce is often neglected. It is so easy to become wrapped up in the emotion of the process …

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Choosing A Family Law Attorney

How To Find The Right Attorney For Your Divorce Or Custody Dispute There are many factors to consider when choosing a family law attorney to handle your divorce. Selecting the right attorney can have a significant impact on the way …

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Meeting With A Family Law Attorney

How to Prepare For Your First Meeting With An Attorney There are several things to consider when choosing a family law attorney to handle your divorce including the process options, geographic location of an attorney, online referrals, and personal recommendations. …

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Collaborative Law Recognized As An Official Practice In PA

The Pennsylvania Collaborative Law Act Is Signed Today, August 27, 2018, marks the official effective date of The Pennsylvania Collaborative Law Act, codified as 42 Pa.C.S. §74, which was signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday, June 28, …

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Top 10 Divorce Don’ts

When Getting Divorced, Please Don’t . . . 1. Immediately Assume You Have To Litigate In Court Did you know that litigation is not your only option to obtain a divorce, determine support, or address custody? Sometimes litigation is necessary, …

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Tax Code Changes To Alimony – How Does This Impact My Divorce?

The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” signed by the President as law on December 22, 2017, creates various widespread changes to the tax code and significantly changes how alimony will be treated for tax purposes. Under the prior tax code …

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