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August 2014 Archives

Understanding how child support is calculated in Pennsylvania

Do you know how Pennsylvania courts calculate child support payments? This process can seem fairly intimidating for those who are not familiar with the child support system in the state. Whether this is your first time in family court or your tenth, you can still benefit from the assistance of a professional legal team. Our attorneys can help you fight for your legal and financial rights while still serving the best interests of the child.

How to discover hidden assets during property division

When it comes to Pennsylvania divorces, couples are always transparent and honest about their finances, right? Not so fast. Scores of divorces in this state and throughout the nation involve hidden or secret assets that one spouse is attempting to ferret away for themselves. The fact that all marital property is subject to equitable division rules does not necessarily prevent partners from acting in their own self-interest. So, if you suspect that your spouse is hiding asset from you, what course of action should you take? Today, we discuss some options for revealing such misdeeds.

Financial steps to take during property division

Would you believe that taking four simple steps could adequately prepare you for almost any divorce situation? If you are feeling nervous about your Pennsylvania property division proceedings, you can take action now to protect your assets and interests, according to financial experts. Taking the time to appropriately prepare for the division of your marital property can help expedite your divorce, helping you get back on the road to financial independence in no time at all.

Grandparent rights up for debate in many jurisdictions

Do you know your rights as a grandparent after your child divorces? Grandparent rights are a hot topic in the courts these days, with some states granting visitation and others resolutely refusing to involve grandparents in child custody agreements. Pennsylvania experts say that the actual recognition of grandparents' rights is a relatively new legal trend, with most laws dating back less than 35 years.

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