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Getting divorced: What will happen to your assets?

Getting divorced is a life-changing event that people do not take lightly. In addition to the emotional trauma and familial changes that you will like experience, your financial stability and future can change dramatically. This is because when you get divorced, you have to split up your marital assets.

Divorce parties: Could they be the way of the future?

A west coast couple recently threw a party to celebrate a very special occasion, but you might be surprised at the occasion that was being celebrated. It was their divorce. The spouses, who had been married for nearly a quarter of a century, threw a divorce party last Saturday to celebrate the beginning of their new lives.

Options exist for grandparent's rights cases

The love that grandparents have for their grandchildren is immense. This is the love that spurs some grandparents to take legal action in an effort to spend time with their grandchildren. This love is something that can often be a huge benefit to the grandchildren, which is why many grandparents find it hard to believe that their children don't want them around their grandchildren.

Grandparent rights during the holidays in Pennsylvania

Do grandparents have the right to see their grandchildren during the holidays? These cases can be complicated, but to understand what rights you have, you need to know the laws for grandparent custody and visitation in Pennsylvania. If both parents don't want the grandparent to play a role in the child's life, then the courts are likely to uphold that decision.

Examples of 3 common family law cases

At Bononi & Company, PC, we pride ourselves on being able to represent our clients in a wide variety of cases. One area of the law that we are particularly passionate about is family law. Indeed, an experienced lawyer can do a lot of good to assist families in navigating their family law issues with grace, diplomacy and compassion.

Getting a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania just got faster

If you don't already know, a no-fault divorce means that when a couple decides to divorce neither party has to assign any blame for the marriage breakdown. In Pennsylvania, a no-fault divorce in which one party disagrees recently meant the couple would have to suffer through a two-year wait period before the matter was entirely resolved.

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