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Ignoring A Pennsylvania Divorce Complaint

Quick Answer: What happens if I ignore a Pennsylvania divorce complaint? If your spouse filed a low-cost, simple, uncontested, no-fault divorce, then you are on the same page and you simply need to follow the instructions you receive. But if you receive divorce papers...

When Can I Change A Custody Agreement in Pennsylvania?

Quick Answer: When can I change a custody agreement in Pennsylvania? If you and your ex entered into a custody agreement, formal or informal, written or not, and something serious occurs affecting the welfare of a child, whether your divorce was final a month or a...

Claiming Dependents on Your Taxes After Divorce

Quick Answer: When can I claim my children on my taxes after my divorce? If you know your ex well enough that you are certain you will never have a problem deciding who will be able to claim your child year after year, then you may be able to successfully forgo having...

My Name Is On The Deed, But Not The Mortgage

Quick Answer: What happens if my name is on the deed, but not the mortgage? When a divorcing couple owns or is buying their home (or other realty), they frequently have a deed and a mortgage, typically with both names on each. Selling the property and dividing up the...

Alimony from Unemployment or Workers Comp

Quick Answer: Do I have to pay alimony out of my unemployement or workers compensation payments? If your source of income is limited to unemployment or workers comp payments, alimony could still be ordered by the Court but likely in an amount not worth paying a lawyer...