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Does Child Support Include Medical Expenses In Pennsylvania?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

In the current era, parents are probably more concerned about the health of their children than ever before. After a separation or divorce in Pennsylvania, you may be wondering how you’re going to pay for your children’s medical expenses. Perhaps your child has a medical condition that will require treatment for the foreseeable future…. Read More »

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How Are Debts Distributed In A Pennsylvania Divorce?

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Money-related issues often lead to divorce. Couples who find themselves dealing with financial pressures often find that they cannot work together effectively. Soon, they also come to the conclusion that the marriage needs to come to an end. Unfortunately, many of these spouses are dealing with debt at the time of their divorce. These… Read More »

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Gifts And Divorce In Pennsylvania

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Many spouses give and receive gifts during marriages. In some cases, gifts of tremendous value may be exchanged within the family. This is especially true in more affluent families with high net worth. But how are these gifts treated in a divorce? Is it possible for a spouse to use gifting in order to… Read More »

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Moving On After A Divorce In Pennsylvania: Not Too Quickly

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

The vast majority of our clients want nothing more than to move on quickly after a divorce. Marriages may end, but there’s  something refreshing about the idea of starting a brand new chapter and leaving all of those troubling memories behind.  But one should exercise some patience before jumping into a new situation.  For… Read More »

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

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

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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Proving Cohabitation In Pennsylvania

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

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?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

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?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

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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Support Modification In The World Of Coronavirus

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

Covid-19 has changed many aspects of our lives Perhaps you are considering divorce, and you haven’t filed yet. Maybe you’re in the process of getting a divorce, and you are negotiating a separation agreement with your spouse. Or perhaps your divorce was concluded many years ago, and you’re wondering how Covid-19 will impact the… Read More »

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How Social Media Impacts Divorce: What Not To Do

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

For many of us, sharing the most intimate details of our lives on social media is a normal occurrence. We live in a world where everyone is connected electronically, and you might think that there is nothing wrong with posting content related to your divorce on your social media platforms. However, you should take… Read More »

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