Working with Support Income for Mortgage Financing

Divorce and mortgage financing concerns are often a touchy subject in divorce situations. Particularly when one spouse is dependent upon income awarded from the divorce for mortgage qualifying purposes and also when contingent liabilities are present, such as a...

DIVORCE & COLLEGE – WHO PAYS AND HOW?

During these trying pandemic times, many divorcing couples find new challenges regarding educating their kids. In addition to having virtual K through 12 learning, and the challenges this creates for separated or divorced couples, college planning for these parents...

Returning to Normal When Using Joint Custody Schedules

As our community changes from red to yellow to green many families are faced with how to guide their children to proceed. This becomes more compounded when a child has a two-family household system. To increase the confusion there is no rule book on how to navigate...

Loss of Employment and Support Obligations in Pennsylvania

Generally, in Pennsylvania, if a parent has a child support obligation, it is memorialized in a Court Order through the State Child Support system, or PACSES. This Court Order (“Order”) is in writing and becomes the obligation of the paying party (the Obligor) to make...

6 Tips for Better Co-Parenting During COVID-19

1. Get accurate health and safety information. Perhaps the single most important way to assist your families and children is to ensure that you have access to accurate information about how the virus spreads and effective health and safety protocols. All parents...