You and your spouse make the difficult decision to end your marriage through the Pennsylvania divorce process. You have children together, and it is incredibly important for you to understand how a judge will determine custody rights for you and your spouse. Determining custody constitutes an important decision in your and your spouse's lives as a separated couple, yet the most affected parties will be your children.
Dividing assets in a divorce can be one of the most contentious elements of this process. People want to feel like their settlement is fair and reflects what they feel they deserve, but divorcing spouses can have very different opinions on what is fair and what the other person deserves.
With well over half the year behind us and just a few weeks until we are barraged with demands of the holidays, this can be a good time to stop and think about what you want in the coming year. For some people, this means thinking seriously about filing for divorce.
Hundreds of millions of people use social media, whether they are scrolling through their Facebook news feed or updating their story on Snapchat.
By the time two people are getting divorced, they have likely struggled through months or even years of not liking or trusting each other. This creates some common problems during the legal process.
Custody disputes can be among the most contentious and upsetting issues in family law. Not only can parents feel scared and angry about sharing (or possibly losing) custody of their children, but children can also feel frightened by such changes.
It is said that money cannot buy happiness, and affluent couples going through a divorce probably appreciate this as much as anyone else. In fact, in many ways, money can complicate a divorce because there is more at stake.
Affluent couples face a number of challenges when it comes to divorce, particularly with regard to the property division process. Because there may be a lot of money and pricey assets on the line, this step can be highly contentious and complicated.
Divorce is a difficult process for anyone. In most cases, divorcing couples must tackle difficult areas like categorization and division of assets, child custody, name changes and the payment of child and spousal support.
It is becoming increasingly common for couples to sign prenuptial agreements today. While there has historically been a sense of mystery and exclusivity that accompanied these legal tools, couples today recognize the value of protecting themselves with a prenup, even if they aren't celebrities and don't have millions of dollars.