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Who Is Responsible For Paying a Child’s Health Insurance After a Divorce?
In Pennsylvania, medical support is well integrated into child support and spousal support, and the party responsible for paying medical support is responsible for paying for the child or spouse’s health insurance, as well as unreimbursed medical expenses. If you are currently going through a divorce and working through your child support arrangement, contact… Read More »
What To Do If You Catch Your Spouse Cheating
No one likes to talk about adultery, but it is unfortunately all too common in long term relationships these days. In fact, research conducted by Divorce Mag shows that 45-50% of women and 50-60% of men in long term relationships have committed adultery at one point. Further, studies conducted by the American Psychological Association… Read More »
Should I Date While My Pennsylvania Divorce Is Pending?
Divorces can sometimes take a long time to be finalized for various reasons. The divorcing couple may go into the divorce expecting to simply finish the process and take some time before starting a new relationship. However, things sometimes take a different turn and a divorcing spouse may wish to date or get in… Read More »
The Interaction Of Bankruptcy And Divorce
Divorce can often be expensive and also change a person’s finances to the point where filing for bankruptcy is the only logical option moving forward. Bankruptcy during divorce or shortly after the divorce is finalized can affect certain issues that the divorcing spouses should be aware of when finalizing the divorce. In a divorce,… Read More »
Choosing the Right Divorce Attorney
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 »
Does Divorce Have To Be A Mutual Decision?
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 »
Can Divorce Affect My Credit?
Divorce can affect a person’s life in different ways. As some divorced people discover, divorce can affect a one or both spouses credit scores. Most people do not quite understand how this happens, and as a result, do not take steps to ensure that the divorce does not impact their credit. Learning the basics… Read More »
Social Media Pitfalls When Going Through A Divorce
Venting about your divorce on social media may seem therapeutic, but it can often be a bad idea while your divorce is pending. It is rarely a good idea to take to social media and air out the specifics of your divorce, especially posting negative information about your spouse or the judge hearing the… Read More »
Handling The Holidays When Divorced
The holidays can be difficult for people who are going through a divorce, especially children. There may be a lot of pressure to be around family members during the holidays, which can make time sharing between parents difficult. However, in some situations, especially if the marriage had broken down to the point that the… Read More »
Sharing a Divorce Attorney
Going through a divorce can be an expensive process. There are many costs that are incurred in the course of the divorce, including the potentially high legal fees in complicated cases. The legal costs might convince spouses who are not in a high conflict relationship to try finalizing the divorce using a shared attorney…. Read More »