Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce Lawyers
At Sweeney Law Offices, we are happy to provide services for simple, no-fault divorces. In Pennsylvania, no-fault divorce is basically when two people want to get divorced and neither party is blaming the other for the dissolution of the marriage. According to Pennsylvania law, if both parties are willing to divorce a divorce decree may be obtained in as little as ninety days of filing. The most common grounds for a divorce action in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. On this basis a divorce decree may be acquired with consent 90 days after filing and service of a Divorce Complaint. If one party does not consent to the divorce, a no-fault divorce can be obtained if the spouses have been separated for over 2 years.
In Pennsylvania there is no such thing as a legal separation. It is presumed that the date one files for divorce is the date of separation unless you can prove otherwise. In some rare cases, spouses can prove to be separated even if they live under the same roof. The amount of time you have been separated can be important in some cases if you are looking to obtain a quick divorce.
With no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania, we offer very cost effective solutions to help you obtain a no-fault divorce. When choosing a no-fault divorce, if both parties agree on the division of property, custody and support issues, there is generally a huge savings to both parties involved. It is important though, when filing for a no-fault divorce that you speak with an experienced Pittsburgh divorce attorney. An experienced attorney will make sure that you are doing what is best. Attorneys who offer cheap, quick, no-fault divorces may overlook assets that you may be entitled to. Once a divorce is final you cannot go back and re-do it, so it is important that you do it right the first time.
Please contact an experienced Pittsburgh Divorce Lawyer via email today or call us at 724-742-2590. We offer cost effective solutions to your no-fault Pennsylvania divorce. A no-fault divorce is a quick and easy way for two people who agree on the division of property, custody and support issues to obtain a divorce decree in Pennsylvania.