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September 2018 Archives

Preparing for divorce

Emotions are running high and thought processes are often affected. When the Pennsylvania resident has finally had enough and decided that it is time to file for divorce, the ability to make sound decisions and take action may be affected. Yet, even with the emotional turmoil, it is necessary for the individual to take the necessary steps in order to move on with life.

Steps you can take now to protect your family from probate court

If you have already taken the time to create a last will or an estate plan, you might think that you have done all you can to help your heirs avoid probate court after your death. However, there are other steps you can take that could benefit your heirs and your legacy in the future.

Collaborative divorce is often a peaceful option

More often, couples who are considering divorce want the matter to be over as peacefully and painlessly as possible. Some may even attempt the process without the assistance of an attorney because they fear involving attorneys will necessarily turn their divorce into a battle. However, enough Pennsylvania attorneys have seen the heartache and destruction of litigated divorces that they include less contentious options in their practice, such as collaborative divorce.

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