Alimony in Pennsylvania: Your Complete Guide (Recommended)

By Shawn Leamon | April 26, 2018

Alimony payments can be a source of contention for many couples, which contributes to the turmoil that most people feel during a divorce. One spouse…

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Do It Yourself Divorce: Is It Really Worth It?

By Shawn Leamon | April 6, 2018

When you consider what a divorce might cost you, do dollar signs flash before your eyes? Hiring an attorney to help you navigate this unfamiliar…

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Hate Your Wife? What You Should Do Next

By Shawn Leamon | March 21, 2018

When you first married your wife, you probably had deep conversations long into the night, and genuinely enjoyed one another’s company. But as the years…

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Guest Post – Contested Custody: What You Need to Know

By Shawn Leamon | February 22, 2018

Contested Custody: What You Need to Know This is a guest post written by Matthew L. Kreitzer. In a previous blog post titled “How to…

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Can You Remove Your Spouse from Health Insurance Before Divorce? (Recommended)

By Shawn Leamon | February 18, 2018

Removing your spouse from health insurance Short answer: No. Longer Answer: When two people divorce, they are separating an entire life that they created together.…

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11 Different Grounds for Divorce You MUST Know

By Shawn Leamon | February 15, 2018

There are different grounds for divorce Unfortunately, up to 50% of marriages in the USA end in divorce. Perhaps you feel that you have tried…

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How to Leave Your Spouse – The Right Way

By Shawn Leamon | February 12, 2018

How to Leave Your Spouse The decision to leave your spouse is one of the most monumental decisions that you could ever make. If you…

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What to do After Receiving the Final Divorce Decree?

By Shawn Leamon | February 7, 2018

You have the final divorce decree. Now what? A divorce decree states the terms of a divorce. The court approves the terms for the divorce…

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Military Divorce Guide: Everything You Need to Know about the Finances of a Military Divorce

By Shawn Leamon | February 5, 2018

Guide to Military Divorce A typical divorce is always fraught with a certain level of emotional turmoil and financial angst, but a military divorce can…

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What Is Permanent Alimony?

By Shawn Leamon | January 5, 2018

Permanent alimony is financial support paid from one party to another after a divorce. Unlike other types of alimony or spousal support, permanent alimony is…

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5 Easy Ways to Make Your Divorce More Affordable

By Shawn Leamon | January 2, 2018

No matter how you look at it, divorce is an expensive undertaking. Some attorneys estimate that the average divorce can cost upwards of $15,000. Ironically,…

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How to Write a Divorce Announcement

By Shawn Leamon | December 29, 2017

For many people, writing a divorce announcement is a strong, final act of closure. Therefore, it makes sense that this kind of announcement is becoming…

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Is Texas a No-Fault Divorce State? It’s complicated.

By Shawn Leamon | December 26, 2017

In many places throughout the United States, there are different divorce rules. In other words, the state where you get married has specific laws that…

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Options to Consider When Your Lawyer Is Not Fighting For You (Recommended)

By Shawn Leamon | December 22, 2017

Life can sometimes be very difficult for some folks.  For people who are experiencing separation or divorce, life can seem challenging.  Furthermore, when you feel…

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What’s the best way to serve your spouse divorce papers?

By Shawn Leamon | December 19, 2017

Deciding to get a divorce is not always a mutual decision, and in situations where you will be responsible for delivering divorce papers, it can…

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Which Divorce Support Group is Right for You?

By Shawn Leamon | December 16, 2017

Support systems are a crucial part of getting through difficult trials in our lives. Divorce is no exception to this rule, and it can be…

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What can you do when your ex is in contempt of court?

By Shawn Leamon | December 13, 2017

You arrive to pick up the kids from your ex’s for your scheduled weekend, as stated in your custody order. No one is home. You…

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Post-Divorce Checklist: It’s Not Over Yet (Recommended)

By Shawn Leamon | December 7, 2017

So you have the divorce decree. Now what? Just because you signed the papers, your divorce may not necessarily be over. Therefore, you should follow…

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