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November 2018 Archives

Child custody agreements can be difficult through holidays

Pennsylvania parents may find comfort in learning about Nicole Curtis' experience with the father of her son over the recent Thanksgiving holiday. She and the father of her son have recently come to an agreement on child custody of their 3-year-old son, of whom they currently share custody. Curtis claims that her son's father is not flexible with holiday time with their son.

A high asset divorce over the age of 50 may be complicated

Divorces among couples over the age of 50 have increased in the last 20 years in Pennsylvania and across the country. These so-called gray divorces often involve couples who have been married for decades. Among the many issues to consider in a high asset divorce are the possibility of spousal support and the division of retirement funds and other martial assets.

Child custody: Is living together after a divorce confusing?

As portrayed on the hit cable television show, "Splitting Up Together," some divorcing couples are choosing to live together following a divorce when a couple shares children. Reasons vary for Pennsylvania parents choosing to bird nest, including finances, convenience with sharing child custody and little disruption of a child's daily routine. A woman in another state recently wrote how her parent's living arrangements following their divorce impacted her over the years.

Are fathers' rights always considered in custody cases?

A reporter recently interviewed many fathers, a family law attorney and a judge to understand if fathers and mothers have equal rights when it involves the custody of children. Statistics of parents who are not living together indicate that 80 percent of custodial parents in Pennsylvania and all across America are mothers. The reporter asked experts multiple questions and for tips on how to ensure that fathers' rights were considered in custody cases.

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