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What Are Prenuptial Agreements, And Why Might I Need One?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

If you’ve ever read a news story about a celebrity divorce, you’ve probably heard the term “prenuptial agreement.” But what does this phrase actually mean? Why do people sign prenuptial agreements, and are they only for rich celebrities? Why might you need a prenuptial agreement? These are all important questions, and they’re probably best… Read More »

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Frozen Embryos – The Intersection Of Technology And Child Custody In Pennsylvania

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New technology continues to alter the legal landscape in Pennsylvania. One of the most notable examples in the context of family law is the rise of assisted reproduction technology. This might not be the most common way to conceive in the modern era, but it is gaining popularity. Couples and individuals may decide to… Read More »

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How Has Child Custody Been Impacted By The Pandemic?

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The pandemic has altered many aspects of our lives, and many individuals have seen the greatest impact within their own families. This makes sense, especially when you consider that stay-at-home directives have made us all spend more time with our families during this time. But what about families that are separated? How has the… Read More »

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What Pittsburgh Business Owners Need To Know About Equitable Distribution

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

For many business owners in Pennsylvania, divorce can be extremely stressful. For these individuals, their business represents one of the sources of stability in their lives as their marriage falters. However, your business may be at risk during a divorce, and you may lose elements of control of this important asset if you’re not… Read More »

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How The Dependent Spouse Can Prepare For A Divorce

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Sometimes in marriage, things simply do not work out between two people. Divorce is a difficult choice, but for some, it can may be the best option. A dependent spouse may find the prospect of divorce to be daunting. But fear and inaction may hinder you from finding happiness. Here are a few things… Read More »

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Am I Eligible For An Increase In My Child Support?

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Seeking a Modification of Child Support Sometimes circumstances change after a child support hearing has occurred and a child support order has been issued, or after the negotiation of an agreed upon amount of child support.  These changes circumstances may include: Increases in the payor parent’s income or decreases in that income not associated… Read More »

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What If I Want A Divorce And My Spouse Does Not?

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The Pennsylvania Divorce Code contains several ways to obtain a divorce decree.  One of the most common is a consent divorce.  In this type of divorce, the divorce complaint contains an allegation that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.”  This language allows both parties to sign and file affidavits of consent to the divorce after… Read More »

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Spouse Filed A Bankruptcy In The Midst Of A Divorce: What Does This Mean For You?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

A divorce is not only an emotionally taxing ordeal for most couples parting ways, but it also puts a financial strain on parties that they didn’t have to bear while living together. To help the economically dependent party cope with this sudden change, the law provides for alimony or alimony pendente lite/spousal support –… Read More »

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WHY PENNSYLVANIA NEEDS TO ADOPT THE UNIFORM FAMILY LAW ARBITRATION ACT (“UFLAA”)

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by Carolyn Moran Zack and Robb D. Bunde             On Friday, November 20, 2020, the Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates voted to approve the PBA Family Law Section’s Resolution to support a modified version of the Uniform Family Law Arbitration Act (“UFLAA”). State Representative Kate Klunk will be the prime sponsor of the… Read More »

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Protecting Your Family Heirlooms In A Divorce

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

Divorces can sometimes turn into messy affairs that bring out bad behavior in otherwise civilized folks.  Sometimes negative conduct extends to acts designed to punish the other spouse.  Family heirlooms may become the target of a spouse looking to exact revenge.  Here are some things to consider. Things To Keep In Mind In Pennsylvania,… Read More »

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