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Pursuing A Legal Separation

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

In the state of Pennsylvania, you do not need to legally file a separation, but many find it helpful to connect with a legal professional for guidance. It is important to note that the reasons couples separate vary, some are moving toward a divorce but others are able to resolve marital issues and get… Read More »

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Why People Choose Divorce Arbitration

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Ending a marriage can be incredibly challenging for both of the people divorcing. The reasons vary depending on the situation, but there are often different views on how assets should be divided and what the details of a parenting agreement should look like, and these disagreements can escalate when both parties are no longer… Read More »

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How Infidelity Can Impact Your PA Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Many couples move apart when there is infidelity. You may discover your spouse is having an affair or you may be involved in a romantic relationship outside of the marriage yourself. There is even the possibility that both people have engaged in intimate relationships outside of the marriage. Any act of infidelity could lead… Read More »

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Third Party Support Systems During A Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

High-conflict divorces can be complicated. When a couple has children and are disagreeing about custody concerns, fights can be emotional and amplified. After all, there are many factors that need to be agreed upon, including where the kids will live on a daily basis, what school they will attend, and how long-term goals will… Read More »

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Finances

What Will Happen To My Student Loans If I Divorce?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Many questions arise when a person is going through a divorce, one of them could be what happens to your student loans. While splitting large assets could be top of mind, such as who gets the house and how investment accounts will be divided, student loan balances also need to be considered. The answer… Read More »

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Waiting Until Kids Have Grown To Divorce May Not Be Best Option

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

The impact a separation and divorce will have on the kids is a conversation many spouses have when they agree the time to end the marriage is near. Some feel they should wait until the kids have grown up, in an effort to avoid the negative impacts a divorce can have. But it is… Read More »

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Detailed Parenting Plans Are Often Best

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

There are many significant decisions that parents need to make when they go through the divorce process. One of these is if they will be sharing custody of the kids. And if they will be sharing custody of the children, what the schedule will be and who gets to make decisions and when. Because… Read More »

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How Do You Feel About Spousal Support Payments?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Throughout the United States, it is generally recognized that spouses have a responsibility to support one another financially. So, when a marriage ends, in many states the duty to financially support the other person is part of a divorce agreement. The terms alimony, spousal maintenance, and spousal support all refer to one spouse providing… Read More »

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Divorced Parents And Vacation Plans With The Kids

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

Family vacations can be a wonderful way to build positive memories, but when parents are separated or divorced, the process of scheduling vacations is not always easy. It is possible parents have reached a divorce agreement without thinking through the intricacies of vacation planning. Legal, specific, clear documents can help smooth transitions and support… Read More »

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Many Millennials Opt For Prenups

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand P.C. |

A term that is short for a prenuptial agreement, a prenup is a contract between two people who are getting married. Legally binding, the contract outlines how assets and financial concerns will be handled if the marriage were to end. Prenups aren’t for every couple, but some find delineating financial rights to be an… Read More »

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