Various family law matters can generate problems, from those involving custody or property division to child support and other issues. However, accusations of domestic violence can be especially troubling for people in Media, and other cities in Pennsylvania. The law firm of Louis Wm. Martini, Jr. knows how upsetting this can be and the different challenges that may arise as a result of these allegations. Regrettably, some people choose to attack their current or former partner by falsely accusing them of domestic violence.
As a divorced parent in Pennsylvania, you wish the best for your child. Unfortunately, there are some situations in which your child may be endangered, or put into dangerous situations, by your ex-spouse. International child abduction is one of those potential situations.
Work is a large part of most people's lives, and couples across Pennsylvania know that the career path they choose can impact other parts of their lives, including their marriages. A recent study used data from the U.S. Census Bureau to measure which jobs had the highest divorce rates for people by age 30.
When divorcing parents in Pennsylvania are trying to determine who will get custody of the child, there may be some difficulties in determining if one parent will get sole custody or if both will get joint custody. Which one is better for a child, and which one suits the unique circumstances of their families?
Dividing property and money during divorce can be daunting. You must not forget about the proceeds of your retirement plan. Your retirement account may hold a significant amount of wealth. Separating your retirement funds requires careful consideration and a unique process of obtaining a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO).