Divorcing clients have many questions when going through a divorce; especially when real estate and mortgage financing are involved. Here are 10 things you may not have been aware of, but should take into consideration when dealing with the marital home and/or other real estate.

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Topics: Getting In Financial Shape

Uncontested Divorce in PA:  Reliable Answers to 9 Most Important FAQs

Posted by Greg Gilston
June 27, 2017 at 7:00 AM


So you live in the state of Pennsylvania, and you’re ready to get a divorce. Conveniently enough, your spouse is ready to get a divorce as well. This bodes well for the divorce process, because now both you and your spouse may not be subjected to some of the common aspects of a divorce that make the overall process so emotionally draining.

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Topics: divorce in PA

New Simpler Divorce Law in PA Cuts Wait Period to One Year

Posted by Crispino Pastore
June 14, 2017 at 1:26 PM

Divorce Process in PA Made Faster, Thanks to Act 102

If you have been considering a divorce in PA, you might be aware of the preconceived notion that the legal process will be dragged out and scary. With the help of Act 102, which was signed into law by Governor Wolf on December 3rd, 2016, the thought of seeking a divorce in the state of Pennsylvania might have become a lot more tolerable and a whole lot less intimidating for you.

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Topics: divorce in PA

5 Myths You Should Know to Plan a Healthy Divorce

Posted by Casey Semenza
April 27, 2017 at 7:30 AM

When you are going through a divorce, it can be scary being thrown into an area of life you never thought you would be in.  Friends and family start to weigh in on your decisions and processes of divorce.  Some may offer you advice on their own divorce process, saying how long or horrible it was.  But this doesn’t mean your transition through divorce has to be lengthy and difficult.  This is why we have compiled five of the most common myths and misconceptions of divorce to help you navigate typical falsehoods linked to divorcing and get through in the healthiest way possible.  

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How to Keep your Heart Open through Divorce

Posted by Casey Semenza
March 31, 2017 at 10:48 AM

 

When going through divorce it’s very difficult to see the bigger picture of how life will play out afterwards.  It might seem that you can’t be fully open to any possibilities or happiness through this transition, but that’s not quite true.  You can find happiness during this process and learn how to not only love yourself but others as well.

 

 

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Topics: Your Wellbeing

4 of Our Best Financial Tips When Preparing for Divorce

Posted by Casey Semenza
February 8, 2017 at 1:20 PM

 

During marriage, it’s normal to split up responsibilities and duties of the household.  Usually, one spouse handles the paying of bills, credit cards and bank accounts.  I know in my own household growing up, my mother handled the finances because she was more financially conscious and stuck to a tight budget.  

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Topics: Getting In Financial Shape

My Reflections on the First Make Divorce Healthier Supposium

Posted by Sharon Pastore
November 17, 2016 at 3:17 PM

I’m still reeling from of our first Make Divorce Healthier Supposium (spelled correctly), a gathering of over 130 divorce professionals who, by showing up, committed to making divorce kinder, more mindful and more affordable.


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Topics: healthy divorce, Fresh Starts and Lessons Learned

Finding a Fresh Start After Divorce

Posted by Tara Eisenhard
October 21, 2016 at 11:42 AM

 I was miserable in my marriage. I cringed when my husband touched me. I dreaded the hours we shared in our home. I spent a lot of time sleeping, preferring to shut my eyes to the reality of my life.

 

I knew it wasn’t supposed be that way. I tried to alter my emotional state by focusing on material comforts and reminding myself how happy they should make me. I think we both did that. But even as the money flowed in, joy failed to follow. Each of us was stuck in a life we didn’t want, and we each resented the other for our situation.


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Topics: Fresh Starts and Lessons Learned