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Finding courage to work through a custody dispute

Child custody can be one of the most challenging aspects of a divorce and our law office is all too familiar with the different challenges that arise. Not only can custody disputes be hard for parents, but children can have a very hard time as they struggle to make sense of how life is changing. Divorce can present challenges for any couple, but we know how tough this transition can be for parents. During this time, it is essential to find the courage that you need to move forward.

Child support payments during the holiday season

It can be tough for parents to pay their child support for many reasons, but certain occasions can create special challenges when it comes to child support payments. Likewise, custodial parents who do not receive the child support they are owed may struggle regardless of the time of year, but this can be especially hard during the holiday season. Whether you are obligated to pay support, or you have been awarded child support, it is important to carefully consider these issues during the holidays.

When should you revise your will?

There are many advantages when it comes to setting up a will, such as providing yourself with peace of mind knowing that your estate will be managed properly in the future and ensuring that are distributed among your loved ones as you wish. However, it may be necessary to revise your will at certain points in your life. We discussed how divorce can necessitate the revision of an estate plan, but there are other reasons why you may need to make changes to your will. For example, you may lose a family member or experience major financial changes.

What is the Pennsylvania point system?

When you get a driver's license in Pennsylvania, you agree to abide by the laws of the road. If you break them, you face legal consequences. Besides fines and possible driver's license suspension, moving violations also may add points to your driver's license record, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

How should I discipline my child after a divorce?

Divorced parents in Greensburg often have a hard time with discipline. You might feel like your child is acting out over the demise of your marriage, which can result in leniency when it comes to rules. You may also have issues with your former spouse when it comes to parenting style, which can make the process that much more difficult. To help you navigate disciplinary issues post-divorce, Parents offers the following advice.  

3 estate planning mistakes to avoid

While the worst mistake a person can make is having no estate plan in place at all, many other mistakes will prevent your estate from being administered correctly, or they can even harm your loved ones or cause contention in your family. Along with professional legal guidance, the following tips can help you create a solid plan that your family can live with.

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