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Four Tips For Managing Separate Property

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Even couples that are not considering divorce should consider how they want to protect their separate property in the event that their marriage does come to an end. No one gets married expecting it to end in divorce and due to this, too many people leave important property, such as a business, vulnerable to… Read More »

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Four Issues To Consider During A Gray Divorce

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Gray divorces, or those that occur after a couple is over the age of 50, have been on the rise in recent years. It is natural to think that these divorce cases proceed just like any other, but that is not necessarily the case. Truthfully, the longer a couple has been married, the more… Read More »

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What To Expect During Divorce Mediation

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Many people think that when they are about to get a divorce, it is going to involve a long legal battle inside the courtroom. It is true that divorce is a legal process, but more cases settle outside of court than those that go to trial. Mediation is one tool that helps couples resolve… Read More »

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Seven Dos And Do Not’s Of Divorce Litigation

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

The vast majority of divorces in Delaware County settle outside of the courtroom, but some do have to go through litigation. During litigation, a family law judge will listen to both parties and make decisions on all terms of the divorce, such as division of property. There is a lot on the line when… Read More »

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Serving Your Divorce Papers On Your Spouse

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Any time a person is sued in court, they need notice of the lawsuit, which essentially means they need a copy of your petition and some other papers (like a notice to appear). Divorce is no different than a personal injury case. Your spouse must have notice of your divorce so he or she… Read More »

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Can You Use Pennsylvania’s Protection from Abuse Law?

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Domestic violence is a sad reality in the state and the nation. Fortunately, Pennsylvania’s legislature has taken the problem seriously, and the state’s Protection from Abuse Law (PFA) can provide a critical source of protection for those in Pennsylvania. In this post, our Media family attorney reviews what you need to know. It might… Read More »

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Can the State Deduct Child Support from My Unemployment Compensation?

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

The Pennsylvania economy continues to be hammered by the recent economic downturn. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the state’s current unemployment rate is 6.6%. This might understate the problem, since certain people are not counted (such as those who have given up looking for work). Fortunately, Congress has passed two stimulus bills… Read More »

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Paternity Cases in Pennsylvania

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

When a child is born, there is no doubt as to who the mother is. However, things are different for fathers. In many cases, there is a dispute about paternity, and either a man or woman must use the legal process to establish parental rights and responsibilities. At Barbara Flum Stein & Associates, we… Read More »

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Strategies for Blocking Parental Relocation

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

Under Pennsylvania law, a custodial parent who wishes to locate must provide written notice to all others who have partial custody rights. Typically, this plays out when a couple divorces and the parent with primary physical custody wants to move the children far away, often out of state. Fortunately, parents with partial physical custody… Read More »

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Reasons for Grandparent Estrangement

By Barbara Flum Stein & Associates |

In the ideal world, grandparents would have close and continuing contact with their grandchildren. Unfortunately, this is not the reality for many grandparents. Sometimes there are legitimate reasons why a parent will cut off contact, whereas other disputes can be resolved if both sides are committed. Under Pennsylvania law, grandparents have a right to… Read More »

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