Category Archives: General
Tips For Testifying In Court
Your lawyer will spend time preparing you before your day in court, and will have suggestions and advice tailored to the type of proceeding and unique facts of your case. The following are some general suggestions that will improve your appearance and testimony. Don’t ever guess when you are responding to a question, either… Read More »
TIPS FOR COMMUNICATING WITH YOUR LAWYER
Read all correspondence and keep it in a file for future use and reference. To keep you informed of your case’s progress, your lawyer should provide you with copies of pleadings and correspondence throughout the case. You should familiarize yourself with these documents. What your lawyer needs to know. In order to do the… Read More »
My spouse wants a divorce. What should I do?
Divorce is a very emotionally draining experience to go through, especially when children are involved. Whether you have attempted numerous sessions of marriage counseling or have been living apart for some time, your spouse approaching you and asking for a divorce can be heart-wrenching. After giving yourself some time to process your emotions, the… Read More »
Help Your Children Cope With Divorce
A divorce is a life-altering situation for all couples, but divorce is particularly difficult for children. Children will react differently to divorce. Some children will be bitter, and others will be sad about the loss of the life they know. These emotions often cause children to vent frustration through misbehavior and withdrawal. As the… Read More »
Temporary Custody Order Mistakes Parents Make
Divorce, separation or the termination of an informal relationship that includes a child or children can be an emotionally charged time, so you need to consider how you can avoid some common child custody mistakes parents make. This guide will help you. Don’t Miss the Opportunity for Bonding As a parent, one of the… Read More »
Does Shared Custody Mean You Don’t Pay Child Support?
Many believe that shared custody eradicates child support. While child support may be impacted by the degree of custody, it isn’t completely eliminated. Child support is determined by the Pennsylvania Support Guidelines, and there are various factors tying that apply to the calculations. If you go to Court to determine child support (rather than… Read More »
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Divorce
Even though it’s often the best solution for all parties, going through a divorce is often a difficult experience. It can be expensive, time-consuming, and emotionally taxing for everyone involved. However, if you take care to avoid these common mistakes, this can make things easier for you and your family. 1. Not Learning Your… Read More »