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Informal Modification Of Parenting Schedules

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Trying to get along and co-parent with a former spouse after a divorce can come with many challenges. Many of the challenges may involve the custody and visitation hours, and how parents decide to handle conflicts with their various schedules. Parents can generally handle these challenges without having to go back to court, but… Read More »

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Choosing the Right Divorce Attorney

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Choosing the right attorney to handle your divorce is a very important step in the divorce process. The attorney has to help you handle issues in your divorce that may affect the rest of your life, especially if there are children involved. It is therefore important to both prepare for the initial meeting with… Read More »

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Seeking Custody Of A Non-Biological Child

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Parents in blended families often develop relationships with their non-biological children that are strong and long-lasting. The parents take on parental responsibility without concern for the fact that they are not biologically related to the children, and the parent does not legally adopt the child. Unfortunately, if the parents in a blended family end… Read More »

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Appointment Of A Guardian Ad Litem In A Custody Case

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

The cornerstone of the court’s decisions in Pennsylvania custody cases is the best interest of the child. The court is required to make its decision using this standard in order to ensure that the child thrives when raised under the conditions imposed by the court. In some cases, the court may appoint a guardian… Read More »

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Recording Conversations In Your Pennsylvania Divorce

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Not everyone has recorded evidence of every instance their spouse says or does something that could be used in a divorce. When no one is around, one spouse may admit to hiding or misusing assets in order to ensure the other spouse does not get something in a divorce, or admit to bad conduct… Read More »

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Does Divorce Have To Be A Mutual Decision?

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Divorce is not always a mutual decision between two spouses who know their marriage is over. This can lead to a long contentious divorce. When a spouse is upset over the prospect of divorce, can the other spouse still file for divorce? Or can the spouse who is upset stop the filing or granting… Read More »

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Divorce And Common Law Marriages In Pennsylvania

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Not many states in the United States still allow couples to form common law marriages. Common law marriages are marriages that were generally formed based only on the intent of the parties in the marriage, without the formal recognition by the state. These marriages were often frowned upon by courts because of their difficulty… Read More »

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Imputed Income For Pennsylvania Child Support Payments

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Not all parents are eager when it comes to paying child support to the other parent. This may be because the parent does not think the parent receiving the child support is spending it appropriately, or because the parent does not think he gets to see his children enough and therefore should not have… Read More »

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Moving Out Of The Marital Home While A Divorce Is Pending

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

In most cases of divorce or separation, one spouse always moves out of the marital home while the other spouse keeps possession of the house or apartment. However, if both spouses are on the lease or co-own the house, it is not possible for a spouse to force the other spouse to move out;… Read More »

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Presumption of Paternity

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

The issues of child support and custody can be some of the most difficult to resolve in a divorce. This can become more complicated when a husband who is not the biological father of the child (who is not adopted) is ordered to pay child support. This can happen when a man fathers a… Read More »

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