What do I do if I’m afraid that my child’s other parent is going to abscond with our child to another country and never return? 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
How Do I Talk To My Children About the Divorce?
It’s important to tell your children about the divorce but elaborate details and stories are not necessary. 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
What is My Date of Separation and Why is it Important?
One of the first questions I ask potential divorce clients in an initial consultation is when they separated from their spouse. A client’s date of separation is an important date for their divorce proceedings and it is not always easy to define. Read more here. Read More
Gay Marriage, Law of the Land? Helen Casale Discusses on Monday’s The American Law Journal
Family law attorney, Helen Casale, will discuss this topic during Monday’s The American Law Journal program “Liberty, Justice and… Gay Marriage for All (States)?” at 7:00pm on CNN-News affiliate for Philadelphia, WFMZ-TV 69. Read More
To E-mail or Not to E-mail that is the Question
More and more communication is now done with electronic mail, especially when two people don’t love each other anymore and are embroiled in a divorce or custody battle and would prefer not to talk to each other at all, let alone face to face. Here are some e-mail ground rules you should be aware of and follow now that you are a litigant or potential litigant in a family court case. Read More
You made it through the holidays and divorce is imminent ….now what?
You took down the tree, packed up the decorations and ornaments and made the last trip to the mall for returns. Things with your spouse have been on rocky ground for a while but you wanted to buck up for the kids and get through the holidays before taking the plunge and filing for divorce. You have now decided you want to end your marriage. You should consider the following… Read More