Listen to attorney Patrick Cooper speak to the current state of courts and family law cases in Philadelphia.
If you’re a lesbian or transgender woman who has decided to call it quits with your partner, keep reading to discover how you can navigate your divorce process best and what some of the difficulties you may expect.
If you are ready to call it quits and are the high earner in your partnership, here are 10 things you should consider when divorcing in Philadelphia.
Before you throw up your hands in frustration, we’ve put together a list of things that you need to do first if you’re a stay-at-home mom facing a divorce.
Divorce is on the steady rise and, if you’re looking to separate from your spouse, it’s time to consider how the coronavirus may affect the process.
By having a good, comprehensive grasp of your finances before you start the legal proceedings, you increase the likelihood of getting all that you deserve. Make sure to contact an experienced divorce lawyer to handle your Philadelphia based case to ensure the best outcome.
If you are divorced and have children, it’s important to get a good grasp of your visitation arrangement now so that you won’t have even more stress when the holidays hit. If you and your ex-partner can’t get along well enough to hash things out with each other, mediation can provide the level ground necessary to make decisions that will keep everyone safe, happy, and able to enjoy the season.
Every parent wants their child to be with them for every special part of the holidays, but newly separated or divorcing couples can find it difficult to come to a holiday custody agreement. Contact our family lawyers to help you reach an agreement.
Trying to navigate Thanksgiving and Christmas can be stressful for the average couple, but it can be especially stressful and heartbreaking for splitting couples in the process or filing for divorce.
The difference between filling for a fault or no-fault divorce can be substantial and which one applies to you depends on where you live.