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A Cohabitation Agreement – It Just Makes Sense

Posted in: Civil Unions & Domestic Partnerships, Premarital & Cohabitation Agreements, Property Division

More and more couples are choosing to live together, but are choosing not to get married. Whether they do so for religious, ethical, moral or legal reasons, their rights can be affected by their decision not to marry. The Marriage ...

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Divorcing Men: Don’t Leave the Family Home

Posted in: Divorce, Featured Articles, Property Division

Divorce is an emotional event. It is not uncommon for decisions to be made in haste, anger and sadness. Very often, though, the decisions made in the midst of the haste and anger can significantly affect how a divorce will ...

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Baby-boomer Divorce – Don’t Lose Everything You’ve Worked For

Posted in: Divorce, Property Division, Senior Divorce

When you get divorced at a young age, you have years ahead of you in which to adjust. You might go back to school and launch a second career, or remarry and start a new family. But, when you divorce ...

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Property Division In Divorce: How Business Interests Are Treated

Posted in: Divorce, Property Division, Senior Divorce

When you divorce, your marital property is subject to equitable distribution. If you own all or part of a business and your business interest is characterized as marital property, the court may divide that interest between you and your spouse. ...

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Premarital Agreements for PA Business Owners

Posted in: Premarital & Cohabitation Agreements, Property Division

When business-owners marry, they often neglect to take one of the easiest and most cost-effective steps toward protecting their business interests from the ravages of an unforeseen divorce.  Without a precisely drawn premarital agreement (also known as a prenuptial agreement), ...

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Unmarried Couples Buying a Home: Who Should Be the Owner?

Posted in: Civil Unions & Domestic Partnerships, General, Property Division

For many Americans, purchasing a home will be the largest financial investment of their lives.  And while there is always stress involved in such a substantial purchase, the stress is eased to some degree for married couples by the fact ...

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Divorce Tip for Women: Get Your Financial Documents in Order!

Posted in: Divorce, Property Division

You’ve Got to Know What You’ve Got to Get What You Deserve Whether you are contemplating divorce or in the midst of one, when it comes to claiming what is rightfully yours financially, you must look out for yourself from ...

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Selling the House Before or After Divorce?

Posted in: Divorce, Property Division

Your house could be the most valuable asset (and your mortgage, the largest debt) you and your spouse have to deal with during your divorce. Selling the house is a trying experience in the best of times. During a divorce, ...

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Who Gets the Pet in a Divorce?

Posted in: Property Division

With approximately 124 million dogs and cats living in U.S. households and countless other animals treated as members of their owner family, it is no surprise that the question of who gets the pet in a divorce is becoming more common ...

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Equitable Property Distribution in Pennsylvania Divorce: What You Need to Know

Posted in: Property Division

When a marriage ends in divorce, the courts are often called upon to make sure that the property or wealth obtained during the marriage is divided up in a way that is fair to both parties. Equitable property distribution is the ...

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