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Can A Child Testify In A Pennsylvania Domestic Relations Trial?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

A child may have very useful information that can impact a divorce, support or custody trial in Pennsylvania. But will that testimony have an impact? In some cases, minors have crucial information that can help clarify issues. If you believe that your child’s testimony can help you, you might be wondering whether or not… Read More »

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What If Parents Don’t Agree On Whether Children Should Return To School During Covid?

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Choices that affect a child’s education are some of the most important decisions that parents make. Before Covid-19, parents often argued over things like whether to send their children to private school, or whether a child should miss a month of school in order to attend a special baseball camp. In the era of… Read More »

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How To Divide Personal Property In A Pennsylvania Divorce

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While most spouses are focused on the big picture items like real estate, investments, business interests, cash assets and bank accounts during a divorce, the little things can generate a surprising amount of disputes. A legal battle over an antique vase might sound outlandish, but it happens more often than one would imagine. If… Read More »

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Fleeing The Country During A Pending Divorce Case

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Divorce cases can put some spouses under enormous pressure. For these individuals, the legal process becomes so distressing that they might rather leave everything behind and flee the country. These individuals may be faced with serious economic losses and other consequences. But how effective is it to flee the country while you’re in the… Read More »

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What If Spouses Can’t Agree On A Child’s Education In Pennsylvania?

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Pittsburgh is home to several highly-rated private schools, such as Winchester Thurston and Sewickley Academy. You may want your child to attend one of these private schools. Maybe your child was previously attending one of these private institutions, and you’d like to continue on this path. Whatever the case may be, the situation could… Read More »

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Child Custody And The Distance Between Parents’ Homes

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

Judges take a number of statutory factors into account when deciding child custody. When divorced parents live far away from each other, shared “50/50” custody may be logistically unrealistic. The child’s best interest is the primary factor when making custody decisions. Distance, travel time, age of the child and other logistical issues may impact… Read More »

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Why The Date Of Your Separation Is Important In A Pennsylvania Divorce

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

During a divorce, it can be difficult to keep track of the details amidst emotional turmoil, arguments, and legal concerns. In many divorces, it can seem like this entire chapter of your life compresses into one “blur” of passing time. However, one detail that you should definitely keep in mind is the specific date… Read More »

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Proving Cohabitation In Pennsylvania

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For ex-spouses who have been ordered to pay alimony, ending these payments early would be a favorable outcome. Most people do not wish to continue making alimony payments longer than they have to. While this logic is understandable, many spouses have little or no control over when their alimony payments end. A notable exception… Read More »

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Can You Modify A Settlement Agreement In Pennsylvania?

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In Pennsylvania, a settlement agreement is a legally binding contract. Entering into a settlement agreement is an effective alternative to trial for many spouses in the Keystone State, as it can be less costly, less time-consuming, and less stressful. But what happens when one spouse wants to change the terms of a settlement agreement… Read More »

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What Happens If You Don’t Pay Child Support In Pennsylvania?

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Child support payments are heavily enforced in Pennsylvania. Make no mistake – these payments are not voluntary. If you are ordered to pay a specific amount each month to the other parent in order to contribute to the expense of child raising, you should always do your utmost to do so. If you fail,… Read More »

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