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Legislative Alert:  Major change coming for the 2-year PA divorce waiting period?
Legislative Alert: Major change coming for the 2-year PA divorce waiting period?

Parties can seek a divorce as soon as 90 days after the service of the Complaint in Divorce, if they both agree to move forward. But what happens if one party does not want to move forward with the divorce? Pennsylvania currently has a 2-year "waiting period" before a party ...

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