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How can a protective order keep me safe?

How can a protective order keep me safe? If you are preparing to leave an abusive marriage but do not know where to begin, you are not alone. Countless people in Pennsylvania and elsewhere experience domestic violence at the hands of their spouses or intimate partners, and they may be afraid to leave. After making Read More

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3 tips for financially recovering after divorce

3 tips for financially recovering after divorce Going through a divorce can result in a devastating financial aftermath. Once you divide all your property, pay your legal fees and start living on a single income, you may struggle to simply make ends meet. When you are in a financial hole after divorce, it may seem impossible Read More

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Why do people stay in abusive relationships?

Why do people stay in abusive relationships? When people hear about a victim of domestic violence who remains in the abusive relationship, a typical reaction is that the victim is “asking for it” by the simple fact that he or she stays. After all, they know that it may, or even will happen again. For Read More

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Can I spend child support on non-essentials for my child?

Can I spend child support on non-essentials for my child? The child support you receive can make the difference between you and your children being comfortable or hardly making ends meet. In some cases, you might continue to experience financial difficulties despite receiving regular child support. Like many parents in Pennsylvania, you want your children Read More

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Tax switch in alimony may signal big changes

Tax switch in alimony may signal big changes Divorcing spouses in Pennsylvania have long been concerned about the financial implications of the end of their marriage. This is only natural as all of a sudden a family must sustain two households on the money that it previously sustained one with. In addition to simply making Read More

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How alimony is determined during a divorce

How alimony is determined during a divorce When people get divorced in Pennsylvania, they may wonder how they will support themselves if the other spouse was the breadwinner. In this situation, a court may award alimony so people can continue their current standard of living. Before someone receives alimony, numerous factors are usually considered. FindLaw says Read More

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3 tips for saving money on your divorce

3 tips for saving money on your divorce When you know your marriage is coming to an end, one of the main things you have concerns about is how much it will cost. The financial impact of your divorce does not need to completely destroy you. It is true that it can be quite expensive, Read More

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Preparing for your divorce: 3 financial tips

Preparing for your divorce: 3 financial tips Divorce takes a toll on your emotions. Splitting up is a draining and disheartening thing to go through. It is often difficult to think practically about your finances when you are in the middle of an emotional storm. When you think about all the things you need to Read More

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What goes into a parenting plan?

What goes into a parenting plan? When Pennsylvanian parents like you end up getting divorced from your partner, you will have to tackle crafting a parenting plan. This plan is crucially important to how your child’s life might look in the future, and will be closely examined by the court. Before submitting a parenting plan, there Read More

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How are support orders enforced?

How are support orders enforced? After divorcing your partner, you will receive child support payments to help you raise your child with the same level of financial stability that they had when living in a household with two parents. Unfortunately, these orders for support aren’t always followed. Louis WM. Martini, JR., P.C., is here to help if Read More

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