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Who Can Serve Divorce Papers in Pennsylvania?

As all of my clients know, finding someone to serve their spouses is not at all necessary in a low-cost, simple, uncontested, no-fault divorce. As long as your spouse signs the appropriate documents in that type of divorce, you will not need to find – or pay...
Name On Deed But Not On Mortgage During Foreclosures

Name On Deed But Not On Mortgage During Foreclosures

When a client owns real estate (land, with or without a home or building on it), several interesting and very important and relatively complicated issues can arise when ones name is on the deed but not on the mortgage. And those issues must be discussed and resolved,...

The Cost of a Pennsylvania Divorce

No one wants to pay too much for anything. Nonetheless, when we part with our money to receive something, we expect it to be a good value. We all hate it when we pay for anything and then find out that it was not worth what we spent. This could apply to a car, truck,...

COVID-19 and Davis Divorce Law

WE ARE OPEN!  Davis Divorce Law is open and operating daily as usual.  If you are already a client, your divorce action will continue as originally planned without delay.  If you want to start your divorce and become a client, we are accepting new cases and will...

Do You Have To Split Your Retirement After A Divorce?

People getting divorced have a tendency to think of certain things as just belonging solely and exclusively to just themselves and that their spouses have no right to claim those things or any part of them.  Perhaps it is natural to think that if one earned something...

How Long Must One Be Married for Alimony in Pennsylvania?

There are a number of theories floating around in Pennsylvania as to how long one must be married before alimony may be successfully demanded in a divorce.  Some courts have been known to apply such theories, one being that a qualifying spouse will get one year of...