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Clearing up divorce process details for Pennsylvania couples

Divorce process will obviously be unique to each couple, yet certain aspects of a split may be more common than couples expect. One part of the divorce process that can get complex is property division. If a Pennsylvania couple has amassed a great deal together or has a shared business, there may be certain details of the property settlement agreement that need to be cleared up before anyone agrees to anything.

Family home can complicate divorce matters in Pennsylvania

For many couples, the family home may be the most valuable asset. It may also be the asset that both parties are the most emotionally attached to at the time of a divorce. Pennsylvania couples who are navigating a divorce will need to agree on the fate of a marital home in order for both parties to move forward after the split. Making and adhering a formal agreement can also help avoid pitfalls and problems such as foreclosure or credit issues that could result from not agreeing to a plan.

Preparation needed to protect finances after divorce

One of the biggest points of contention during a Pennsylvania divorce proceeding is determining how assets and property should be distributed. As a result, feeling financially secure following a divorce can be tricky. A few tips may help people to rebuild their wealth after going through a divorce.

Difficult parent relationship leads to child custody case

When parents split and find it difficult to find common ground, family court intervention may be the only way to resolve disputes and ensure the best interests of the children are upheld. While it may be best for the parents to resolves issues outside of a court room, some parents cannot, and there may be underlying issues or allegations that make child custody problems impossible to deal with on their own. Pennsylvania parents who find communication difficult or impossible may be forced to pursue sole decision-making responsibilities through the courts rather than continue to try and communicate together.

Divorce can impact social security benefits

The divorce process undoubtedly affects each party's finances now and in the future. Pennsylvania couples going through the divorce process need to know how their personal finances will be impacted so they can plan accordingly. As for future finances, it may surprise some to know that social security benefits can be accrued and distributed after a divorce.

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