Pennsylvanian residents who go into a divorce are likely not expecting to unearth hidden assets that their spouse has been keeping away from them. Unfortunately, this is the reality that some people may face.
You may have put so much time and focus into your divorce that you did not consider life after the legal end to your marriage. What should you do next? How do you rebuild your life? Will things get better? These are only a few of the questions you may have.
Pennsylvania residents who get divorced will also have to worry about the division of retirement plans and the potential financial burdens that go hand-in-hand with that. This becomes more disruptive the older a divorcing couple is, though it can naturally affect anyone's retirement plans at any age.
Divorced parents in Pennsylvania may not necessarily want to stay in the same city or even the same state after the split is finalized. At Louis WM Martini JR PC, we take a look at all of the potential scenarios in which you may be allowed to relocate with your child after a divorce.
Many in Pennsylvania and across the nation know that those who have divorced parents are more likely to divorce themselves. A new study says this could be due to genetics rather than repeating the behavior seen by parents.