You may have found a new job in another state or want to move back to your hometown where your family is located. Can you move with your children? Read More
Join Co-Chair Helen Casale at the first ever LGBT Forum
This forum brings together legal thought leaders and LGBT rights advocates to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing this community. Read More
New Law: Waiting Period for Divorce Reduced from Two Years to One!
What Pennsylvania’s new divorce code means for couples. Read More
Kathleen Kane: A Case Study on the Effect of Incarceration in Domestic Relations
How will Kathleen Kane’s recent conviction and likely incarceration effect her pending divorce action? Read More
Can My Soon-To-Be Ex-Spouse Get Their Hands on My Personal Injury Settlement?
What does Pennsylvania law say about personal injury settlements during divorce? Read More
Truth or Fiction: Six Common Myths in Divorce Cases
As a result of the false information out there for public consumption, it is important for a party considering or going through a divorce to consult with counsel to make sure they have the correct information relevant to his or her own case. Read More
Spousal Snooping and the Potentially Serious Criminal and Civil Consequences
Many clients come into our offices with recordings of their significant others, spouses and children which they believe will be helpful to their position in various family law matters. Read More
Happy Holidays: A Tale of Two Households
The holidays can be an emotional period for many families and an uncertain custody schedule will only lead to additional stress. A well-written custody order can help resolve most of the issues that will arise during the holidays before they become a problem. Read More
Who Gets to Keep the Engagement Ring?
You love wearing that sparkly eye catching rock on your finger, but what happens if your intended beloved (or you) decide that you don’t want to go through with the wedding? Do you have to give the ring back? Read More
Divorce, Custody, Support: Where do I file?
If you and your spouse, or the parent of your children, live in different states or different counties, you may not know where to file your divorce, support or custody action Read More