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Division of Property Archives

What is collaborative law divorce and what are its benefits?

When a Pennsylvania couple is considering divorce, it is likely that they have many important questions and concerns. One question they may have is if there are options available that might make their divorce less acrimonious, costly and time consuming. One option that might help is a collaborative law divorce. The collaborative law divorce process is an out-of-court divorce option for couples to consider.

Understanding how spousal support is determined in Pennsylvania

Spousal support is an understandably significant concern for many divorcing spouses. Financial security is an important concerns for both the family law system and the couple. It is helpful for divorcing couples to understand the guidelines used to develop spousal support orders.

The many benefits of a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements are associated oftentimes with celebrities and the wealthy in the minds of many but prenuptial agreements offer some basic benefits to any couple. Prenuptial agreements are useful tools for any couple bringing personal and business assets into a marriage. Prenuptial agreements can be helpful to outline the expectations of the couple and can help in the event of divorce so that divorcing couple knows what to expect from the property division process which can save time, money and acrimony should the couple decide to divorce at some point.

Computer forensics uncover aspects affecting equitable division

Many Cranberry Township residents have woken up one day and realized that a relationship is over. For married couples, divorce may be the only legitimate option at this point. An equitable division of assets can be achieved for both parties involved in the property division process.

Division of assets may include separate and marital property

Topics popular for those early in the divorce stage often include questions related to property division, child custody and the like. Depending on where you or your spouse stand on these issues, it can be fairly easy to come to a decision or fairly complicated. Division of assets can sometimes feel like an all-of-nothing game, but there is a way to do it equitably.

Pennsylvania recognizes equitable division of property in divorce

When thinking about ending one's marriage by filing for divorce, there are many facets of a family's life to take into consideration. For instances, married parents often first think of how divorce might affect their children and their custody situation. Most parents have concerns about finances or assets when making a change in marital status. All of these questions can be addressed prior to, or during, the divorce process.

Can an ex-spouse take any of their spouse's trust fund?

Trust funds are a way for some parents and grandparents to pass assets to their children in a controlled manner. A trust fund is a gift that is meant for a loved one and it can be a significant amount of money. But, can an ex-spouse receive any of a trust fund that is meant for the other spouse due to marital property?

How are retirement benefits divided in a divorce?

For many Cranberry Township residents, retirement accounts are one of the largest assets a person has besides their marital home. The division of property is one of the touchiest areas of a divorce, and this can include retirement accounts. So, how are retirement accounts handled in a divorce situation?

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