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Hiding Assets During the Divorce Process

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Sometimes, couples are able to handle their divorce process amicably. Through cooperation and collaboration, they can land on an agreement. This approach is possible when there are few disagreements surrounding asset distribution. Of course, this is not always possible and it is important to protect yourself if you begin to feel as if you… Read More »

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Moving Your Finances Forward After a Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Divorce can acutely impact your financial life, but there are proactive steps you can take to rebuild your finances. A few of the steps you should prioritize including adjusting your household budget to fit your individual finances and consider how divorce changes your health insurance and taxes. Once you have a handle on your… Read More »

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3 Reasons a Parent Stops Child Support Payments

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

For many people, divorce is an exhausting process, both financially and emotionally. One of the many shifts for parents who divorce is managing finances as a single parent. After all, when you lived with your ex and supported the children together, family finances may have been more streamlined. Sometimes people find they are struggling… Read More »

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Divorce and Common Goals

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When a couple is facing a divorce, it is common for there to be large issues that have been points of disagreement for months or years. Resolving one or a few of these issues is typically not likely through conversation, a divorce attorney can help. A skilled Bucks County family attorney knows how to… Read More »

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Divorce and Tension for the Kids

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Divorce is a stressful event, for adults and kids. It can be helpful for some to expect an emotional toll, even when the split is amicable and clear. After all, knowing there could be difficulties is an opportunity to put support systems in place. Then, kids and their parents can learn to cope, adapt,… Read More »

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What Is an Uncontested Divorce?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When people talk about an uncontested divorce, they are referring to a divorce in which the spouses agree on how property, custody issues, and other issues will be handled. Spouses often still work through their lawyers, but an uncontested divorce can save a couple time, energy, and money when agreement is possible. In Pennsylvania,… Read More »

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Claiming a Child as a Dependent After Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When a couple is married, it is common to file taxes jointly and claim kids as dependents to  establish certain tax benefits. After a divorce, the two individuals will no longer be filing a joint return as a married couple because they are no longer married. For this reason, who will be able to… Read More »

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Improve Your Life with 3 Divorce Resolutions

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Making resolutions for the New Year is a tradition many celebrate. After all, when the calendar turns to a new year it is an opportunity to make changes you’ve been thinking about. It’s a fresh start. Many choose to live a healthier lifestyle, for example. This could mean exercising more often or quitting smoking…. Read More »

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What Questions Will a Divorce Lawyer Ask?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

If you are considering meeting with a divorce attorney, you may be wondering what they will be asking you at the initial consultation. Your first meeting is an opportunity for a lawyer to learn about your current situation and what your goals are moving forward. Below are some of the possible questions that could… Read More »

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Divorce and Fathers’ Rights

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

In the past, if a couple with children opted to divorce, the mother was often granted full custody. In those situations, fathers would be awarded visitation rights. These visitation times would often fall on every other weekend and agreed upon holidays. But those rules are the guidelines of decades ago. Now, when spouses divorce,… Read More »

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