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Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation in Pennsylvania

Published: Aug 14, 2018 in Divorce

Ending a marriage is no small decision. Whatever your situation may be, that choice is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. With the emotional impact a divorce can have, it makes sense that you may not know exactly how to proceed. Two…

Handling Child Transportation During Visitation

Published: May 28, 2018 in Child Custody

When you’re creating a visitation schedule with your child’s other parent, you may not be thinking about how the two of you will transport your child to each other’s homes. While this seems like a minor detail, transportation during visitation can affect your relationship with…

Can You Date During Separation Before a Divorce?

Published: May 21, 2018 in Separation

Couples often decide to separate to see if they want to continue their marriage or if they are happier living apart. You may find that you prefer to live without your spouse, but you are still yearning for the company of another adult. Many people…

What You Need to Know About Child Custody Battles

Published: May 15, 2018 in Child Custody

Child custody cases are never easy, and they often lead to an emotional and trying time. If one of the parents has decided to contest the other parent’s right to be with the kids, their negotiations can become a full-blown child custody battle. If you…

Common Divorce Mistakes to Avoid

Published: Apr 30, 2018 in Divorce

Getting a divorce is a very emotional time in a person’s life. You often experience a revolving door of feelings all day, which can affect both your mental and physical health. Having your emotions fluctuate often leads to bad decision-making, which can be detrimental to…

Can Child Support be Negotiated?

Published: Apr 16, 2018 in Child Support

For parents who do not live together, figuring out child support payments is a necessity. According to Pennsylvania’s child support guidelines, both parents need to be financially responsible for their kids’ food, clothing, and shelter. But sometimes parents need to create a plan to meet…