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Category Archives: Divorce

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What is an Annulment?

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Annulments are uncommon in Pennsylvania. If the court grants an annulment, the marriage is declared to be invalid. Legally, that means the marriage never existed. A divorce ends the marriage, but does not invalidate it. Certain grounds must be met in order to obtain an  annulment. The marriage must be void or voidable. Either… Read More »

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The Dos and Don’ts of the Divorce Process

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When one or both parties have decided a marriage is over, hiring a knowledgeable and qualified attorney is imperative. Divorce is a complex legal process, and our attorneys will make sure your rights are protected. Understanding the nuances of family law in Pennsylvania is our focus. However, an attorney will need your help. We… Read More »

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Tips for Living Under One Roof While Separated

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In most divorce cases, the date of separation is an important one.  Sometimes the separation date is easy to determine because one spouse moves out of the couple’s residence. However, this is not always an option because of the couple’s finances or now, because of coronavirus. Here are some suggestions If you and your… Read More »

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Why You Need Appraisers in High Asset Divorces

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The more assets parties own, the harder it becomes to get a clear picture of what, exactly, is involved in terms of property. While real estate, bank accounts, stocks, and retirement funds all probably come to mind first, some married couples have other high-valued assets, including personal items such as vehicles and sports equipment…. Read More »

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How Higher Education Affects Divorce

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If you or your spouse went to school during your marriage for any type of educational, professional, or vocational degree or program, it can and should be a factor in the division of marital property, as well as in determining spousal support and alimony. How Education and Vocational Training Affect Alimony  and Property Division… Read More »

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Do I Need an Attorney in a Low Modest Asset Divorce?

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

MacKenzie Bezos, former wife of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, was awarded four percent of the company’s holdings, worth $38 billion, according to Bloomberg. Obviously, there was a lot of money at stake in their divorce, and divorce attorneys likely worked around the clock for both parties to reach that result . But what about… Read More »

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How Social Media Impacts Divorce Cases, And What Not To Do

By Bunde & Roberts, P.C. |

Social media is  often used to uncover lies during divorce cases. Emails, text, direct messages, Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, Twitter, online dating apps, and other forms of social media can be used for a variety of purposes in your divorce case. An online dating profile can show evidence of infidelity. An email from a boss… Read More »

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Post Divorce Things To Do

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Going through a divorce  can be an incredibly taxing journey, and the tasks do not just end with signing the divorce papers. You must also carry out a large number of administrative duties, as described below. 10 Things You Must Do or Should Consider Doing After Divorce Divide Property According to Your Agreement—Divide personal… Read More »

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Equitable Distribution—What Business Owners Need to Know

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Whether you are a business owner, or your spouse is a business owner, divorce may throw a curveball in your direction because of that business. Business owners need to be aware of Pennsylvania’s equitable distribution laws, which state that all marital assets must be divided fairly. This includes business assets. Equitable Distribution Equitable division… Read More »

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