When a marriage ends, children are always a top concern. However, parents often have difficulty agreeing on the best custody arrangement, including where the child should live and who should make important decisions about raising the child. When parents are unable to reach an agreement, the court will determine custody based on the “best interests” […]
In a Pennsylvania divorce, one of the most complicated issues spouses must tackle is how to divide their marital property, which may include items ranging from the family home to the family dog. If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement on your own, the court will make an “equitable distribution” of all assets […]
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