How Has the One-Year Separation Law Changed Pennsylvania Divorces?

How Has the One-Year Separation Law Changed Pennsylvania Divorces?

September 14, 2018

Two years ago, on Dec., 4, 2016, the Pennsylvania Legislature relaxed its “no-fault divorce law” waiting period from two years to one year for a spouse seeking to obtain a divorce without the other spouse’s consent. Over the past two years, there have been various short-term studies regarding the amended separation law. At this time, …

Can I Attend a Support Conference Without an Attorney?

March 17, 2016

It is not recommended. If you and your spouse are W-2 wage earners, the process by which a child support obligation and spousal support obligation is calculated is based on a formula. The Pennsylvania Support Guidelines, calculation of support obligations, formula can be located in the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure 1910.16-4. The formula itself …

How do I File my Taxes Now That I am Separated or Getting Divorced?

January 28, 2016

How do I file my taxes now that I am separated or getting divorced? If you separated from your spouse in 2014, you and your spouse should discuss how you are going to file your Federal and State Tax Returns in 2014. Waiting until April 14th, may be too late to sort out the details …

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