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Child support may come up in Jane Seymour's divorce

Raising a child today can be costly, depending on the circumstances of the parents supporting the child. This may be the center of the argument whenever divorce is involved in Philadelphia, as well as in the rest of the country. Whether the parents are married or not, they are responsible for child support no matter where they are living.

Easing the pain of divorce: tips for Pennsylvania spouses

Divorce is becoming more and more common across the United States. People going through a divorce in Pennsylvania must address issues that include property division, spousal support, child custody and child support. As emotions run high, spouses often find themselves caught in seemingly endless dilemmas causing low self-esteem, confusion and pain.

Restraining order: one way to prevent domestic violence

Misunderstandings are common in all relationships. For example, spouses may have an argument over finances, and as both sides tackle the dispute, the situation can escalate, often resulting in domestic violence. Physical, sexual and emotional abuses are some of the most common types of domestic violence recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In some instances, these acts of abuse go unreported as some spouses choose to endure the pain rather than leaving.

Grandparents' rights: a privilege and added responsibility

Many grandparents look forward to being a big part of their grandchildren's lives. Recently though, a national trend has been developing in which grandparents become de facto parents of their own grandchildren. Many courts are granting custody for grandparents to raise their grandchildren directly.

Positive child custody option for people in Philadelphia

Whether they like it or not, single parents may encounter difficulties when trying their best at taking care of their children. Single parents from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, may sometimes be subjected to court appearances, child custody disputes and the supporting parent's failure to pay child support.

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