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Category: Property Division

A Divorce Settlement Will Have An Impact On One’s Tax Return

As Pennsylvania residents move through a divorce, there are a great many items that must be handled. This to-do list often seems to grow, even as...

Lay The Foundation For Informed Property Division Decisions

It is a simple but powerful statement: no one can make the best possible personal financial decisions without having a firm grasp on his or her own...

How To Move Forward And Reach A Divorce Settlement Agreement

For some in Pennsylvania, 2016 will be the year that they move beyond an unhappy marriage and into a whole new life. Many of them are stuck in a...

How Does Your Divorce Settlement Impact Your Mortgage?

imple. One spouse retains the property, while the other is paid his or her share of the equity. In some cases, the spouse who will keep the house...

Achieving Equitable Division Within Divorce

In matters of divorce, men and women often approach things in different ways. Of course, making sweeping generalizations about gender misses a great...

Property Division Should Never Be Rushed

Once the divorce process has been initiated, many Pennsylvania spouses are eager for it to end. Some are uncomfortable with the uncertainties of...

Can A Prenup Lead To A Simpler Divorce Settlement?

For many Pennsylvania couples, entering into a prenuptial agreement is part of the wedding planning checklist. This is especially true for couples...

Assets And Debts: Divided During Property Division

When a couple is preparing to end a marriage, one of the primary areas of focus is the division of marital wealth. Many Pennsylvania spouses spend a...

In Pennsylvania, Can A Spouse Force Another To Sign A Prenup?

In the past, marital agreements were looked at suspiciously by some spouses who assumed that if they were being presented with such a contract, it...

Property Division Does Not Eliminate Need For Good Credit

In the midst of a Pennsylvania divorce, many spouses focus exclusively on the property division aspects of their settlement. They may...

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