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Property division issues re divorce best handled by an attorney

Entering into a marriage is a big decision. Although most couples imagine growing old together, almost half of all marriages end in divorce. Because it is most often an emotional and painful process there are many mistakes that spouses make when negotiating the details of property division and divorce terms.  Pennsylvania couples considering a divorce may be interested in some tips of mistakes to avoid when getting a divorce.

There are multiple details to consider when processing a divorce. Spouses are encouraged to pay attention to all the details involved in a divorce even though it is easy to disengage. When children are involved and spouses must remain connected, tracking expenses, documentation and effective communication can foster a smoother co-parent situation. Documenting any issues with payments can assist a spouse struggling to receive financial assistance from another parent to make a case in court. Many parents find autopay payments helpful to ensure consistent payments to the other spouse.

When negotiating terms, settlements are often determined based on present circumstances. Life can change, health costs can increase and income can be altered. Spouses are advised to consult a financial advisor and an attorney to include terms within the original divorce settlement to anticipate possible future life changes and how they may be addressed. Addressing potential future terms in the initial terms could prevent a future headache and court hearings.

Couples who are entering into a second marriage are encouraged to take extra precaution. More second marriages end than first marriages. Because many second marriages occur later in life and closer to retirement, property division can be difficult during a divorce. A skilled Pennsylvania family law attorney can assist a couple with preparations before a marriage begins to aid in separation if a marriage does not last.

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