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Learning About Divorce

I always loved my husband, which is why I was so surprised when he cheated on me and it was time to end our marriage. Apparently, he had been doing it for years and years, which made the discovery even more painful. I knew that I needed to get out of our marriage, which is why I turned to a skilled family and divorce attorney for help. They took me by the hand, walked me through the proceedings, and helped me to come out on top. This blog is here for anyone who might be struggling through a painful divorce. You can find your life again, and a great lawyer can help you along the way.

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3 Things You Shouldn't Hide From Your Divorce Lawyer
23 November 2016

When you are facing an impending divorce, it's onl

How Could Changes In Pennsylvania Divorce Law Affect Your Case?
9 November 2016

Unless you've already been married and divorced be

When Your Livelihood Is Derived From Social Media And You're Getting Divorced: How To Handle It Online
2 November 2016

Divorce attorneys dread dealing with their client'

How A Cunning Spouse Can Hide Assets During A Divorce
28 October 2016

When people hide assets during a divorce, they don

From Deeply in Love to Deeply in Debt? How to Handle Bad-Credit Issues in a Divorce
14 October 2016

When you said "I do," you probably envisioned a li

3 Things You Shouldn’t Hide From Your Divorce Lawyer

When you are facing an impending divorce, it's only natural to want to protect yourself in any way possible. After all, a divorce is deeply painful for most people, and it can make you feel a variety of horrible emotions all at the same time. It can be tempting to hide things from your divorce lawyer because dealing with extra stress or possible negative outcomes can inspire a great deal of fear. Read More 

How Could Changes In Pennsylvania Divorce Law Affect Your Case?

Unless you've already been married and divorced before, it's unlikely you've made yourself intimately familiar with your state's divorce laws. However, these laws can vary widely from state to state—from Nevada's notorious lax laws that often lead spouses seeking divorce under stricter laws to relocate for a few weeks to other states that have a fairly stringent list of reasons for which divorce can be granted. In Pennsylvania, a recent change to the time limits on uncontested divorce proceedings could impact the speed with which you'll be able to finalize your divorce. Read More 

When Your Livelihood Is Derived From Social Media And You’re Getting Divorced: How To Handle It Online

Divorce attorneys dread dealing with their client's social media accounts. Many divorce attorneys advise their clients to put their social media accounts on hold until the divorce and custody issues are over. But what can you do if you happen to make your livelihood through social media? If you're a professional blogger, Youtuber, or other social media maven that relies on your followers for your income, you can't just step away from the keyboard. Read More 

How A Cunning Spouse Can Hide Assets During A Divorce

When people hide assets during a divorce, they don't necessarily stash money in foreign bank accounts or hide physical assets from you. There are tricks people use to hide assets in plain sight. Here are four examples of such tricks: Undervaluing Assets This is one of the oldest tricks in the books, where a person reports a false (lower) value of an asset. This trick works best if you don't know the value of the asset in question, and your spouse is aware of your ignorance. Read More 

From Deeply in Love to Deeply in Debt? How to Handle Bad-Credit Issues in a Divorce

When you said "I do," you probably envisioned a life of love and prosperity, but life can present some rude awakenings at times. If you are dealing with the stress that comes with debt at the same time as your divorce, there are a number of things that you can do to protect yourself and build your financial future during this part of your life. Assess the Laws of Your State Read More