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Set new holiday customs after you go through a divorce

The holiday season is one that many children look forward to; however, the first season after a parent's divorce can come with great anxiety. The children might not be sure what is going to happen, and this can make them concerned. If possible, you should have a discussion with them about what they should expect so that they might not feel as stressed.

You want a divorce. Now, what?

Whether you were married 10 or more years, or have not yet celebrated your fifth anniversary, deciding to divorce is no small matter. In fact, it might be one of the most solemn, serious decisions you'll ever make. Like all good parents in Pennsylvania and beyond, your children are your top priority. That's why you have concerns about their well-being, especially in connection with their ability to cope with divorce.

Victims of spousal abuse have specific rights

Suffering from spousal abuse is a horrible situation. You probably never thought that the person you pledged to love for the rest of your life would ever do anything to hurt you. When it does happen, it can seem almost surreal. It is imperative that you take steps to protect yourself when this occurs. We know this is difficult, and we are here to help you navigate through the legal process.

Financial disclosures must be fully factual in divorce

One of the most challenging things for some people who are going through a divorce is working through the property division matters. This is especially true when you are dealing with a high-asset divorce. As part of the process, a full disclosure of the financial status of both spouses is required so that the division is handled in accordance with the applicable laws.

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