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Why is the division of marital property different in every case?

Many parts of the law are laid out in strict terms so that the same thing is done each and every time. However, for the division of marital property in Pennsylvania, this is anything but true. Each case ends up a bit different, so it is hard to pin down exactly how things will go beforehand. Why is this?

Child custody matters during a Pennsylvania divorce

Child custody agreements must first be reviewed by a Pennsylvania family court before it can be approved. During this review, courts will analyze several important factors, the most important of which being the best interest of the child. It is, therefore, vital to know what courts base their decisions on before going into any kind of child custody proceeding.

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