Courts believe it's in the best interest of children to have healthy relationships with both parents. However, when there are allegations of abuse or issues with alcohol and drug use, it may not be safe for a child to spend time alone with a parent. In this case, the court may order supervised visits, which take place in the presence of a social worker or another family member. Very Well Family offers the following information on how supervised visitation actually works.
If you are a Pennsylvania resident considering ending your marriage, you may wonder where to begin. The starting point depends on your particular situation. At Sweeney Law Offices, LLC, we assist clients with services for no-fault and fault-based divorces.
A last will and testament is a legal document detailing your final wishes. It addresses the distribution of your Pennsylvania property, appoints guardians of your minor children and a variety of other considerations. You may believe that is the only document you need. However, a living will serves another purpose. At Sweeney Law Offices, LLC, we often assist clients in creating a comprehensive estate plan that includes end-of-life decisions.
Asset division is one of the most contentious aspects of divorce. Some spouses even attempt to conceal certain assets so they won't be included during the division process. While this practice is highly unethical and even illegal, it can be difficult to locate hidden assets so they can be divided in a just and fair manner. If you're concerned that your spouse is hiding assets, Forbes offers the following tips.