Summer is Peak Divorce Season

Summer is Peak Divorce Season Summer is a time for fun, relaxation, and vacations It is also peak season for divorces During the summer, children are home from school, families are vacationing, and married couples are spending more time together If there are issues in a marriage, they tend to


THE $38 BILLION BEZOS DIVORCE The world’s most expensive divorce settlement is likely to be finalized later this week as Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos' divorce settlement is expected any day now The couple announced their divorce in January after 25 years of marriage and four children As part of the

Don’t Press Send

Don’t Press Send How many times have you regretted hitting the send button for an e-mail, text, Facebook post, tweet, or any other social media post or message We have all done it many times, you have probably done it a few times already today We’ve then had to spend the time explaining what

Child Support Process

Child Support Process Are you tired of bearing the entire financial burden of your child  Could you use some child support to help  Do you need child support for your child  Are you entitled to child support  Are you paying child support and need it adjusted  Have you just been served with

You Can’t Run Away from Your Child Support

You Can't Run Away from Your Child Support In a case recently reported from California, a woman received $150,000 in child support payments some 50 years after her separation from the child’s father The woman had filed for child support when the child was two years old and she obtained a court

Treatment of Pets in Divorce: Family or Furniture?

Treatment of Pets in Divorce: Family or Furniture When a marriage ends, many people are confronted with the uncomfortable situation of deciding what to do with a family pet  Even though many pet owners view their pet as a member of the family, animals are generally considered property under the

Is my case a relocation?

Is my case a relocation A relocation for purposes of a custody case is “a change in a residence of the child which significantly impairs the ability of a nonrelocating party to exercise custodial rights”  23 PaCS 5322  Typically in a relocation, one parent seeks to move with the child  If