Sadek & Cooper are here to walk you through the guidelines and procedures of divorce filing in Philadelphia.
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Whether you are a physician, researcher, registered nurse, or work in another area of the healthcare industry, your marital finances, your divorce, or your custody case will be affected by various aspects of your profession.
This is a very uncertain and unprecedented time for all. Although courts may remain closed, you still have options for seeking relief.
It is important to do what is best and safest for your child at this time. In the case where one parent is not abiding by the custody arrangements, this is where issues come in.
In Philadelphia, the custody arrangements agreed upon between both parties are to be followed still. Although the order states individuals should stay home, it has exclusions for tasks deemed essential.
Pennsylvania is an equitable distribution state, meaning the marital estate is divided in a way that is deemed fair by the parties or the court. This may be done through agreement, a property settlement or judicial decree.