When a marriage is broken, divorce or legal separation are pathways to creating a resolution. There are pros and cons to both options; finding out about each process is important before choosing a direction. Understanding Legal Separation A legal separation does not end the marriage….
Pittsburgh Divorce & Family Law, LLC, has handled many child custody cases in Pennsylvania involving parental alienation. Now, there is a movement afoot in Pennsylvania spearheaded by the National Parents Organization (formerly Families and Fathers) to pass two bills addressing the “horrific parental alienation crisis.”…Read More
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…Read More
Do you and your spouse want to take some time apart, but you aren’t sure how you go about doing it? Who will live in the house, take care of the kids, or pay the shared bills? Getting a separation in Pennsylvania can be confusing,…Read More