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Divorcing when You Have a Child with Special Needs

While divorcing in Pittsburgh is difficult no matter if children are involved or not, parents of special-needs children face a stringent set of challenges. According to the Interactive Autism Network, many parents report that having an autistic child causes a high amount of stress in a marriage.

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How Long Will You Pay Alimony?

When you go through a divorce in Pennsylvania, the judge may make a ruling that requires you to pay alimony. Alimony or spousal support is a payment you make to your ex-spouse to help him or her with living expenses. The law lays out exactly when the court may award alimony and the details of the order.

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What to Do if You Cannot Afford Child Support in PA?

If you cannot afford child support in Pennsylvania, you are not alone. According to findings published in Verywell Family, 7,256,00 custodial parents expected child support during the year of the study. However, less than half — 45.3% — of all recipients received the full amount.

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Tips for Creating a Workable Parenting Plan

The divorce process is rarely easy. The stress of dividing up everything you both worked hard to gain can leave even the friendliest couple on edge.

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What Are the Signs of Infidelity?

In a marriage, trust is of paramount importance. If you suspect your spouse is cheating, your trust in your partner is likely to falter, which can mean the end of your marriage. That is why it is crucial that you get to the bottom of suspicions of infidelity immediately. While they may not apply to all marriages, Psychology Today explains some of the common signs of infidelity.

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Can Social Media Affect Your Divorce?

Social media is great for sharing jokes and images, while also staying in touch with loved ones who are far away. During a divorce, you should be thoughtful about what you post on social media, especially if you have children. Some information may negatively affect your divorce case as well as cause strife within your family, as explained by Prevention.

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Stipulations Included in Reality Tv Star’s Divorce Decree

Many in Pittsburgh may think that the approval of a divorce settlement signals the end of a couple’s dealings related to the dissolution of their marriage, yet that is hardly the case. A pair may often be asked to continue to work together in the raising of their children or in the payment of spousal support. Stipulations may also be included in a divorce decree related to a couple’s conduct towards each other. While many might assume that once they are divorced they are free to say whatever they want about their ex-spouses, court officials may disagree, and thus require them to act civilly as a condition of their agreement.

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What Is the Orphans’ Court?

The Pennsylvania Orphans’ Courts compose a statewide judicial division in which you would handle any probate issues involving a will a loved one left behind. The Allegheny County court also has mandatory jurisdiction over 21 other categories of civil matters you may have.

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Key Facts About Marriage Settlement Agreements

People do not usually go into marriages expecting them to end. However, many people now view a marriage settlement agreement as a helpful precaution.

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Financial Challenges and Child Support

Child support payments can be incredibly difficult for people who are facing financial challenges, whether they were fired unexpectedly or a health crisis has led to financial hardships. Our law office knows how difficult this can make daily life for non-custodial parents in Pennsylvania, and it can be challenging for custodial parents as well when payments are not received. Unfortunately, falling behind on child support can further complicate someone’s life, not only in terms of their finances but in many other ways as well. As a result, it is extremely important to go over your options if you are facing these problems or expect to have financial difficulties in the future.

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