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Applying for child support in Pennsylvania

Getting a divorce when you have children comes with its share of difficulties. Even divorcing spouses who are otherwise civil with each other may find themselves at odds over child support. Child support is generally awarded to the parent with physical custody of the child to help them pay for child-related expenses.

Alimony may help a lesser-earning spouse post-divorce

Alimony is often one of the most complicated issues in a Pennsylvania couple's divorce. During the divorce proceedings, the court may order the higher-earning spouse to pay their lesser-earning spouse a set amount of money each month to give the lesser-earning spouse time to become financially self-sufficient after the divorce. The purpose of alimony is to limit the financial struggles of a lesser-earning spouse as they transition into single life.

What is the purpose of a power of attorney?

Many people have assigned a loved one to be their power of attorney to make medical and financial decisions on their behalf if it becomes necessary to do so. Making decisions for an incapacitated loved one can become complicated, so having a power of attorney can make the whole process much easier.

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