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Automatic Divorce in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania enabled no-fault divorce in 1980. Back then, if a couple was living separately and apart for three or more years, two things were different from situations with a shorter separation. First, such a divorce would not have the required 90 day waiting period...

Do I Have To Get Divorced Where I Got Married?

It is a common misconception that a divorce has to be filed where the marriage took place. That is not the case and never has been! A divorce is a legal action. Legal actions may be filed only in the jurisdiction (your state, NOT your county) where one resides. By...

Filing a Pennsylvania Divorce With Out of State Spouse

To file a divorce in Pennsylvania, our law requires that at least one of the parties be actually living in Pennsylvania (and doing so for every day of at least the last six months). Obviously, it is fine if both parties reside here, but if only one does, that is fine...

How Long Does a PA Divorce Take If One Party Does Not Agree?

The easy answer to this rather infrequent question is, “It depends.” Before I explain exactly what it depends on, please understand that any low-cost divorce handled in Pennsylvania requires the written cooperation of both parties no matter how long you...

Can You File A Pennsylvania Divorce Online?

With so many things being done online virtually, it is quite natural to wonder if a Pennsylvania divorce can be done online. In Pennsylvania, legal actions (lawsuits, if you will) are typically commenced by filing a document called a Complaint. “Complaint”...