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What Is the Difference Between Moving and Relocation in Pennsylvania Child Custody Cases?

Many parents dream of moving out of state and starting a new life after divorce, but they actually end up staying in Pennsylvania indefinitely for their children’s sake.

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How COVID-19 Legislation Can Affect Your Divorce and Child Support Case

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted virtually every aspect of life. If you and your ex-spouse had settled into a co-parenting pattern that works well for your family, the pandemic has placed new challenges in front of it.

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What Are a Lawyer’s Ethical Obligations to His or Her Clients?

It is normal to be upset if your divorce does not end the way you wanted it to. Maybe the judge awarded the lion’s share of the marital assets to your ex-spouse.

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Your Ex-Spouse Bad-Mouthing You: How Much Is Too Much?

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When the IRS Sends Your Coronavirus Stimulus Payment Straight to Your Ex: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Your Child Support Obligations

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Tips for Working with Your Divorce Lawyer During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Going through a divorce can make you feel like you are all alone in the world, and if you are separated from your spouse, then social distancing to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 can be doubly isolating.

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Kayden’s Law: Protecting Children from Divorce After Abuse

Unless you are a survivor of domestic violence, you might wonder why people wait so long to leave abusive marriages. Many times, it is because they fear that the violence will get worse if they try to leave.

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50/50 Shared Custody Is the Ideal in Pennsylvania, but It May Not Be Practical for Everyone

The idea of only one parent getting custody of the children after the divorce is an outdated one. Parenting after a divorce is not a contest where one parent wins the children and the other parent loses them.

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Are Stepsiblings Still Family After a Divorce?

Many children find it even more challenging to adjust to life with a new stepparent and stepsiblings than they do to accept that their parents are getting divorced. As much as you may reassure your children that they now have two real homes instead of one, if there are stepsiblings and younger half-siblings on both sides of the family, your kids might feel like they have nowhere that is really theirs.

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When Social Media Shows Your Ex-Spouse’s True Colors

Social media is great for spreading information quickly and providing mindless entertainment; it is also frighteningly effective at showing the worst sides of human nature.

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