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Non-custodial parents can be a significant part of child’s life

Non-custodial parents can be a significant part of child’s life It can be hard to raise your children if you have less parenting time than your ex has. As the non-custodial parent, you might feel as if your job is less important. At the law offices of Louis Wm. Martini, Jr., P.C., we understand that Read More

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3 people to talk to about getting a divorce

3 people to talk to about getting a divorce You know you are unhappy in your marriage, but does that mean you should get a divorce? Legally ending your marriage comes with numerous significant life changes, so it is not a decision to take lightly. Examine all your options first. Start by talking to trusted Read More

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How to limit the effects of divorce on your children

How to limit the effects of divorce on your children The prospect of divorce has you on a roller coaster ride of emotions, along with giving you a long list of things to do. It is most certainly an overwhelming, stressful time for you and your spouse. What about the children? How does it affect Read More

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What is the Address Confidentiality Program?

What is the Address Confidentiality Program? If you are a Pennsylvania resident who is a victim of domestic violence such as sexual assault, stalking or other domestic abuses, the state has many resources available to you in order to protect your future safety and that of your child(ren). Per the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Read More

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Is Pennsylvania a community property state?

Is Pennsylvania a community property state? If you are a married Pennsylvania resident contemplating divorce, you probably are wondering how assets accumulated during a marriage are allocated during a divorce. FindLaw explains that while Pennsylvania is not a community property state, whatever property you and your spouse acquired during your marriage, including all money earned by each Read More

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Will child support payments cover all my expenses?

Will child support payments cover all my expenses? Pennsylvania parents who get a divorce will also need to go through the process of figuring out child support payments. These payments are designed to alleviate some of the financial stress that results from a house’s income suddenly being halved. But do child support payments make up Read More

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When can grandparents get custody?

When can grandparents get custody? If you are a Pennsylvania grandparent who is concerned about the safety and/or welfare of your grandchild, you may be wondering if there is any way you can get custody of him or her. There is. Under Section 5324 of the Pennsylvania Code, you may file a petition seeking physical and/or Read More

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