Property Division Laws in a Pennsylvania Divorce

May 23rd, 2019|

All property
obtained during your marriage is marital property unless an exception
applies. Spouses must determine how to divide their marital property
once a spouse has filed for divorce.

In Pennsylvania,
monetary assets and property acquired during the marriage must be
divided between spouses in a way that is fair and equitable.

If you are unable
to agree how to divide your property, the Court will decide […]


January 7th, 2017|

If you file for a Mutual Consent Divorce in Pennsylvania then the Court may grant the Divorce ninety (90) days after service of the complaint on the other spouse, and after you both sign and file the Affidavits of Consent. Once your spouse has signed the Acceptance of Service and ninety (90) days have passed then you and your spouse […]


January 2nd, 2017|

There has been a recent change to the legal separation rule resulting in you and your spouse being able to get divorced more quickly. If only one spouse wants the divorce, then the couple now only needs to be separated for at least one year before a Divorce can be granted.

For purposes of Divorce in Pennsylvania, legal separation means you […]

Why have an Attorney for my divorce when both sides are in agreement?

September 15th, 2016|

Many divorces can be resolved amicably. However, a divorce that you do yourself without an attorney can result in being much more expensive and costly to you in many ways. A quick divorce without proper advice and planning could result in a long term negative impact on your finances and your future. Using an attorney from the beginning of […]