To get a simple divorce in Pennsylvania, you and your spouse must be in complete agreement about wanting the divorce and how the things you own will be divided. If you have minor children together, you will most likely have to agree on the support and custody of them; however, under Pennsylvania law, children need not be included in the divorce process if you already have or will resolve their support and custody on your own. That’s right. The Pennsylvania divorce court will not require you to involve your kids in your divorce if you do not wish to do so. Divorcing means you will no longer be spouses, but you will still be parents, and the court will always be there to resolve any issues concerning your children, if necessary, before, during or after the divorce.
I handle the simplest of divorces: low-cost, uncontested, no-fault cases. Once the two spouses have decided to end their marriage and decided how what they have will be divided, the Pennsylvania no-fault divorce law requires only the proper preparation, signing and filing of documents by an experienced lawyer. There is no requirement that either spouse ever appear in Court and, through my process, neither of you will ever have to travel to my office. The decision to divorce is an important one and may not come easily, but once you are at that point, I will handle your case with no additional stress and at the lowest fees possible.