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August 2014 Archives

Settling a high-asset divorce in Pennsylvania

Making the decision to begin the process of a high-asset divorce in Pennsylvania is not always easy and can be full of anxiety for many people. Some spouses may worry about receiving a fair distribution in their high-asset divorce that they may not have been responsible for managing during the time of the relationship. When a legal separation is confronted with planning and strong negotiation, a person may have the opportunity to obtain a favorable settlement that can provide financial security well into the future.

Finding hidden assets for a fair divorce settlement

When a Pennsylvania couple makes the decision to legally separate, either amicably or contentiously, they may get defensive and anxious about the divorce settlement. Sometimes this can lead people into attempting to hide money or other financials from their spouse. If a person suspects their partner has hidden or is trying to hide assets or money during negotiations for the divorce settlement, he or she may question how to best approach the problem and recover the missing funds.

Sharing a Pennsylvania child custody matter with school

A child custody matter in Pennsylvania may take time to discuss and agree upon as parents determine what the best situation will be for the children involved. Many families make the decision to divorce in the summer, when they have time to create custody arrangements without the hassle of dealing with school pick-up and drop-off. As the new school year fast approaches, parents who have divorced or are in the process may question how to ensure their child’s school is aware of the child custody matter.

Child Support Enforcement Awareness Month in Pennsylvania

August is Child Support Enforcement Awareness Month in Pennsylvania and across the country. The intention is to help families collect past due support payments. Child support enforcement may include help in locating a noncustodial parent, creating a support order or taking the steps necessary to enforce one already in place. Many people may face situations where the other parent is absent from family life and failing to provide financial help that is a necessity for the children.

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