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Paying For A Divorce Out Of A Joint Account

I know of a situation wherein Spouse A was married to Spouse B and they had a joint checking account. Either A or B could write checks on the account without the knowledge or permission of the other. A went to work every day, with the checkbook, while B stayed home...

Does Marital Debt in PA Stop at Separation or Divorce?

When discussing marital debt several factors are involved. Divorce law is concerned with who must pay which debts. Contract law is simpler as it is just concerned with debts being paid and the creditors (those to whom debts are owed) do not care who pays as long as...

When Will My Pennsylvania Divorce Automatically Go Through?

Quick Answer: When will my Pennsylvania divorce automatically go through? Because contesting a divorce in Pennsylvania after a one-year separation requires no lawyer and no money, no divorce is ever automatic. In a low-cost, simple, uncontested, no-fault divorce, just...

Can I Force My Spouse To Take A Drug Test

Quick Answer: Can I force my spouse to take a drug test? While a Court might require a parent to be tested for drugs in a custody case where that person’s fitness to be a parent is important to know, forcing such testing in a divorce action, especially a...

Changing and Retaking Prior Names and Pennsylvania Divorce

It is both common and understandable for divorce clients and non-lawyers, in general, to toss around interchangeably the terms “name change” and “take back a prior name” when deciding to begin a low-cost, simple, uncontested, no-fault,...

When May You Get A Pennsylvania Annulment?

We have all heard different stories about how some people whom we may know, know of, or heard about, either firsthand or from someone other than one of the former spouses or even from TV, books or newspapers, or other writings, got an annulment instead of a divorce....