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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?

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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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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

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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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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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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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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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What are the Steps of a Contested Divorce?

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When many spouses first walk into our office, one of the first questions they want to know is whether their divorce case will have to go to trial. In other words, they are inquiring if a contested final hearing is necessary. Whether the entire case or just some important issues have to be resolved… Read More »

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What are the Alternatives to Divorce Court?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

Divorce can be a complicated and messy process. Part of that process includes a wide array of emotions that both parties and children will experience. One of those emotions is the fear of having a contested divorce hearing.  Although Pennsylvania is a no-fault divorce code in terms of claims for divorce and division of… Read More »

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Common Child Support Questions in Pennsylvania

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

In previous posts, we have discussed the legal and physical custody of children. A topic that oftentimes goes hand in hand with child custody is child support. Child custody is determined based on the best interest of the child. Child support is calculated based upon a formula which starts with a calculation of each… Read More »

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