Alimony — How Much and How Long?

Well the short answer is, it depends. Not so helpful, right? If there were a simple answer, you’d be clicking on a link, running your analysis and we’d be done here. Unfortunately, not that straightforward. The Divorce Code in Pennsylvania (23 Pa. C.S. Section 2301, et seq.),

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Healthy Co-Parenting Through the Holidays

The holidays can feel overwhelming for anyone, but for people divorced, separating, or moving through a divorce process, the stress of the holidays can feel even more untenable. Frequent issues may arise including: How will the children respond when we are not celebrating together Changed relationships with

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Part II: How to Have a Difficult Talk

Introduction by Deborah Meyrowitz-Weiss, M.Ed., LMFT Deborah is member of the Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern PA, often provides mental health services, divorce coaching, and family counseling to our clients in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Chester County, and Philadelphia. She helps her clients learn effective

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Part I: How to Have a Difficult Talk

Introduction by Deborah Meyrowitz-Weiss, M.Ed., LMFT Deborah is member of the Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern PA, often provides mental health services, divorce coaching, and family counseling to our clients in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Chester County, and Philadelphia. She helps her clients learn effective

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Helping Your Child Through Your Divorce

Extensive research suggests that for children of divorce, what is most damaging is the experience of their parents fighting. How children adjust and fare after a divorce is closely linked to how their parents get along with each other. Those children whose parents are civil and demonstrate

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