Spousal Support in Pennsylvania is the amount paid to a dependent spouse to assure that person has a reasonable living allowance, or money to provide for living expenses.  In Pennsylvania, spousal support is the title for support paid before a divorce complaint is filed.  When an initial spousal support claim is filed, the parties go…

When you have children, your relationship with your spouse does not end with the final decree. You will have continued contact with your spouse about support, visitation, and other parental responsibilities. For the sake of your children, keep open the lines of communication with your spouse. Your goal should be that your children are not…

The separation period for a no-fault divorce under 3301(d) in Pennsylvania has been updated from TWO YEARS to ONE YEAR.  Under 3301(d), the parties must prove a separation from their spouse for a period of time to request grounds to divorce.  If the period of separation from your spouse began on or after Dec. 5,…

The following issues are often discussed in a mediation involving a separation or a divorce. Please bring any relevant information with you to the mediation to help with decisions (i.e., information regarding bills, debts, value of assets, retirement plans, insurance, etc.). Parenting Arrangements: Legal Custody(who makes major decisions about the children regarding education, religion, and…

Lori A. Walker, Esquire of Family Law Corp. attended the Montgomery County Bar Association’s Annual Dinner and Dance at the Philadelphia Country Club on March 19, 2017 with other members of the Montgomery County Bar Association.  To see more, click here.

Picking a Top Pennsylvania Divorce Attorney for your Divorce or Custody Needs If you are going through a family law, divorce or custody dispute, Family Law Corp. understands how difficult and emotional of a process this can be for you.  You need an experienced attorney who will work with you by your side and on…

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