With roughly a fifty percent chance that your marriage will end, divorce is a very real part of modern life. It is important that you have an attorney who is able to help you sort out the issues that will arise.
Few get married expecting that a divorce is in their future. When either you find that the marriage has ended and you or your spouse want a divorce, it will have long term financial implications.
Divorce can be very simple in some cases. In others, it can be complex. In order to protect your rights, you need to know what to expect, as well as what you may be entitled to by law.
Divorces in Pennsylvania can be brought as either fault or no-fault, or even a combination. Parties should expect issues of equitable distribution, spousal support, alimony, alimony pendente lite, and possible counsel fees.
To navigate those issues, you should have a realistic plan, experienced counsel, and the support you need.