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Planning for Divorce: The Ultimate Guide
Planning for Divorce: The Ultimate Guide

It looks like you are getting divorced. What to do? This i a general guide with steps that are generally advisable. However, this information is just a starting guide. Every case is different, so consult your attorney on the best course of action for you before you take ...

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Blog Posts in 2014

  • Know your judge: Kim D Eaton

    JUDGE KIM D. EATON all information as of 2014 CONTACTING JUDGE EATON If your Allegheny County Family Division case number ends in judicial suffix ...

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  • Post high-school education expenses

    Ordinarily, a divorcing parent has no legal obligation to pay for a child's college expenses. The theory is that we don't require intact families to ...

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  • Case Notes: Fraud and divorce - opening the divorce after the fact.

    In the Allegheny County case of Kozel v. Kozel , 161 Pa Super 2014, the parties divorce was finalized in 2005. Later, Wife found out that Husband ...

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  • Case Notes: Child Support for an Adult Child

    In the recent case of Morgan v. Morgan, 2014 PA Super 176, the PA Superior Court ruled concerning an adult child who was receiving child support via a ...

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  • Know your judge: Eleanor Bush

    Eleanor Bush is a judge with the Family Division of the Allegheny Court of Common Pleas. Judge Bush has judicial suffix 001. If your case number ends ...

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  • Dividing a military pension (Part 3: Important issues)

    The first part of this series dealt with preparation for dividing a military pension for a divorce. The second part of th is series dealt with the ...

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  • Dividing military retirement benefits in divorce (Part 2: Dividing the pension)

    Part 1 of this series explored how to find the necessary documentation, rules and system to divide military pay in a divorce. This part will briefly ...

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  • Dividing military retirement benefits in divorce (Part 1: The first three steps)

    Dividing military retirement benefits is one of the trickiest elements of a divorce. In my experience, attorneys often will simply avoid the ...

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  • New IRA rollover rules from the IRS

    A recent tax court decision changes the ways IRA rollovers will be taxed. For many years, the IRS has permitted IRAs to be rolled over, without tax ...

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