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…

Lori A. Walker was awarded the honor of Silver Client Champion by Martindale-Hubbell, which recognizes attorneys for their commitment to the best in client service.  All attorneys are eligible, but fewer than 1% have achieved Martindale-Hubbell’s newest award, making them part of an elite group.  This complimentary award showcases Lori’s exceptional approach and commitment to…

What is a Property Settlement Agreement? A Property Settlement Agreement is an agreement that memorializes the division of assets and debts between parties prior to a divorce. If both parties sign the Property Settlement Agreement, then it can be incorporated into their divorce. If the parties sign a Property Settlement Agreement, but do not divorce,…

Lori A. Walker, Esquire has been selected as a Top Philadelphia Divorce Lawyer by Super Lawyers.  She has been selected as a Rising Star for 2017. Lori’s family law experience includes all aspects of divorce, child custody, child support and spousal support.  Lori’s exceptional legal advocacy has earned her the recognition of her peers in…

Edward Tsui, writer at www.Expertise.com, has written an article explaining what parties should know and expect in divorce and custody cases.  In his article on expertise.com, he explains the following: The types of child custody arrangements The process of reaching a custody agreement Potential child support obligations Personal and emotional considerations How to hire the…

Child Support Child support in Pennsylvania is money paid to the custodial parent for the support, maintenance, and education of the children.  Voluntary gifts and payment of rent, which benefit the child when the child is with you, may not be considered support.  Child support ceases with emancipation of the child by state law or…

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…

Lori A. Frio-Walker is recognized as a Board Certified Coach and has been published in Psychology Today. The services include marital, divorce, relationship, career, health and wellness, executive and business, motivational and time management coaching as well as conflict, divorce and custody mediation. Lori A. Frio-Walker has met professional coaching competency standards established by the…

Lori A. Frio-Walker, Esquire of Family Law Corp., has been named as the 10 Best Female Family Law Attorneys Under 40 in the State of Pennsylvania in 2017. The “10 Best” is a prestigious honor for the Attorney as each Attorney must: Be formally nominated by the Institute, client, and/or fellow Attorney; Have attained the…

Lori A. Frio-Walker, Esquire of Family Law Corp. and Andrea L. Cozza, Esquire of Treneff Cozza Law are producing a CLE entitled, Addressing and Breaking Through Judicial Bias Inside and Outside the Courtroom, which is scheduled to be presented on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 11 a.m. at the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section…

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