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Owning Multiple Homes When A Marriage Ends

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

It is common for people to want to retain their marital home when navigating a divorce, but there are also situations in which a couple owns multiple properties and there are disputes over each one. This is true if the properties are for personal use, such as a primary residence and vacation homes, or… Read More »

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Parenting Plans And Medical Care For Children

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Medical care can be expensive, and if you are divorcing, ongoing care for a child with medical needs has to be part of your parenting plan in order for there to be clarity on who is carrying the necessary health insurance and how copayments and deductibles will be handled. Talk to a Bucks County… Read More »

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High Inflation And Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

From discussing the grocery bill around the dinner table to talking about the economy on nights out with friends, inflation is on people’s minds. An uptick in prices impacts different families in different ways, and this is also true for couples moving toward ending their marriage. If you are wondering how the current economy… Read More »

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Household Budgets And Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Maintaining a household budget is common advice. A balanced budget allows you to plan for long-term expenses and keep track of your progress along the way. Plus, when people are in the beginning of their careers or after a person experiences loss of work, it can help to ensure you aren’t spending money you… Read More »

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What Is The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

If you are the custodial parent of a child in Pennsylvania and your ex-spouse lives in another state, you may have heard of the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA). Specifically, you may have heard of it if your ex is not making the court-mandated payments they should be making. Essentially, UIFSA is a… Read More »

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Do I Have To Make Support Payments If My Ex Is Cohabitating?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

There are many reasons why couples in Pennsylvania and New Jersey choose to cohabitate and not marry. For some, they want to cohabitate for a period of time before they marry, maybe for a couple of years as they legally marry one another. In other situations there is no plan to marry at all,… Read More »

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Divorce And Owning A Business

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Just as each marriage has its own way of socializing with friends and family, every union earns income and handles expenses in the manner that the two people involved are most comfortable with. For some couples, household income does not come into the home because one of both individuals is employed by an outside… Read More »

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Divorce and Best Practices For Communication

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Splitting up after years of marriage can be incredibly painful, but there are things you can do to make the process as smooth as possible. While there will be times of sadness and you may feel pressure, know that with support you can pave a path to happiness. One of the things you can… Read More »

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3 Slip And Fall Claims Facts

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Thankfully a lot of slips and falls do not require medical care. Everyone does experience a trip or fall that they get up from without any trouble. While it may be embarrassing or uncomfortable, it does not lead to an injury that requires ongoing care. But unfortunately, some find themselves needing hospital care after… Read More »

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New Jersey Divorce And Laws Surrounding Child Custody

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Couples who have children and then split up often have disagreements connected to parenting plans and child custody arrangements. This is true for married couples and couples who never married but started a family together. While there are broad similarities surrounding custody laws throughout the United States, there are distinctions from state to state…. Read More »

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