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What do Pennsylvania laws have to say about child custody?

Numerous couples in the state of Pennsylvania will decide to end their relationships this year or in the near future. Divorce, separation and breakups happen and when they do, each party just wants to get out and move on with their lives. Moving on, though, is not easy when a couple shares one or more children. Child custody laws are in place to protect parental rights and look out for the best interests of the affected children. What exactly do state laws have to say about child custody?

What may happen to my business if I divorce?

Ending a marriage is one of the hardest things a person can do, even if the individual knows it is for the best. Pennsylvania residents who are business owners may be hit particularly hard as their companies are most likely to be affected if they choose to divorce. Some people may think that their companies will remain theirs following the dissolution of their marriage, but the truth is a business may be considered shared marital property -- that is, unless, proper protections are put in place well beforehand.

Common probate disputes

When a loved one passes away and leaves behind assets, the estate administration process begins. This procedure involves paying debtors and distributing assets to beneficiaries and heirs. As this process involves family, money and property, it can sometimes be contentious.

Pennsylvania divorce: A few things to know about child support

Ending one's marriage is not necessarily easy. There is a lot that needs to be figured out during the divorce process. For example, divorcing couples in Pennsylvania who have children will need to address child custody and support issues -- both of which are often contentious topics.

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