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Does a Divorce Require a Discovery Process?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Divorce proceedings are rarely straightforward, particularly when it comes to untangling the intricacies of shared assets, finances, and familial responsibilities. For many couples in New Jersey and Pennsylvania seeking to dissolve a union, they hear from friends or family members that a discovery process may be required. If you have questions about what discovery… Read More »

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Practical Tips for Co-Parenting Success

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

With the right mindset and approach, successful co-parenting after divorce is possible. There are steps you can take to minimize tensions. Carefully laid plans are beneficial for everyone involved, adults and children alike. Prioritizing effective co-parenting in the wake of divorce is a way to promote the well-being of the kids. Through a range… Read More »

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Routines, Relationships, and Determining What’s Best for the Kids

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When a marriage is ending and children are involved, the spouses who are dissolving the union need to be mindful of the needs of the kids. In Bucks County, as well as in neighboring New Jersey, family courts prioritize the well-being of children when custody arrangements are determined. Knowing how the courts would likely… Read More »

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A Guide to Starting the Divorce Process

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Spouses in New Jersey and Pennsylvania who are considering ending a marriage may have no idea how to start untangling the union. While it is normal to experience a range of emotions when separating or divorcing, it’s important to approach the process with careful consideration and a clear understanding of the initial phases. When… Read More »

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Shared Counsel vs. Individual Representation When Ending a Marriage

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

There are many decisions to be made when dissolving a marriage, and a key consideration is whether the couple should share the same attorney or if each person should hire their own legal representation. Sometimes joint representation can be amicable and cost-effective, but there are also other compelling reasons why having separate lawyers might… Read More »

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How Entrepreneurs Can Protect Their Businesses During Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

  Separating from a spouse can lead to asset division complexities, and this is often the case when a marriage includes a business owned by one or both spouses. If you know your marriage is headed toward divorce, juggling the emotional impacts of dissolving a marriage while safeguarding your business interests can be daunting…. Read More »

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Domestic Violence and Support in PA and NJ

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

A serious issue that requires prompt action, domestic violence affects countless individuals and families in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. If you or someone you care about is in need of support, know that there are professionals who can advise you on steps to take toward safety. For example, when a person is facing abuse… Read More »

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Marital Annulment Possibilities in PA and NJ

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When spouses no longer want to live together, they may discuss a few different solutions, and an annulment may be a consideration. An annulment is different from a divorce. While divorce acknowledges a marriage existed and terminates the union, an annulment declares a marriage null and void, as if it never existed. If you… Read More »

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Addressing Parenting Time Issues

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Parents experience a range of challenges when they separate or divorce. For example, issues can arise when it comes to parenting time. Ensuring that both parents have meaningful and consistent time with their children is a key aspect of family law. If you have a parenting time concern and reside in Pennsylvania or New… Read More »

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Divorce and the Legal Classification of Pets

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

When spouses are animal lovers, a common area of contention during the divorce process is who will have custody of beloved pets once a marriage has officially ended. Of course, many get emotional when they think about their dogs, cats, or other pets living in another household, so deciding who will take over pet… Read More »

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