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How To Talk To Your Grandkids About Divorce

First of all, consider whose children they are. They are not yours. Therefore, it seems that if anyone is going to explain your divorce to someone else's kids it ought to be those kids' parents. Certainly, at the very least you must ask the parents if they or you...

How To Talk To Your Kids About Your Divorce

As difficult as divorce can be for the spouses, it may be as difficult, or more so, for the children. Many entire books and articles have been written on the subject by psychological and sociological experts. We lawyers are neither of those. We may have experienced...

Can A Divorce Agreement Be Changed?

There are very few agreements that cannot be changed if both parties are interested in changing it. However, if your agreement was made part of your final divorce decree, it would be up to the judge to allow a requested change after a lawyer officially presented the...

We’re Getting Divorced, But We Have Debts to Pay

A couple getting divorced should make sure that the debts they have will get paid. Frequently, they informally agree who will pay which one. That agreement can be formalized in writing and made part of the divorce, but, under Pennsylvania law, it is not required to...