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Parental relocation and parent-child relationships

If you and your spouse are getting divorced in Pennsylvania and you have children still at home, you will no doubt be concerned about helping your kids through this experience. Maintaining strong relationships with both parents is generally considered to be in the best interest of children barring unusual circumstances such as when one parent is abusive to children. What happens when one parent feels they must move out of the area in order to support themselves and meet their financial obligations to their children?

College costs and divorced parents

Spouses in Pennsylvania who have children still in high school or lower grades when they get divorced will want to pay special attention to planning for the cost of college during their divorce. as explained by Student Loan Hero, it is not uncommon for divorce decrees to stipulate financial support for children up to the age of 18. In some cases, a clause may include support through high school graduation, understanding that many children turn 18 during their senior year of high school.

3 reasons why it’s time for a child custody modification

Life after divorce strings along many changes. For some people, they want a fresh start and clean slate. For others, they want to continue giving their children a normal life. Sometimes this means they want their child to spend equal time with both parents. Other times, the court might find it beneficial for the child to stay with one parent versus the other. Regardless of the finalized custody arrangement, things change and children grow. It’s necessary to make adjustments to accommodate them.

How can you divide your assets?

When residents in Pennsylvanian go through a divorce, you're going to be dealing with things like property and asset division. This is where Palange, Endres & Marks, P.C., come in, as we can help guide you through the process as simply and easily as possible.

The effect your financial situation has on child support

When Pennsylvanian parents split, there are still financial matters to take care of, such as child support payments. Support payments in particular can get a little tricky, but the plus side is that they're also very flexible and can change based on one's financial situations.

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