Marital misconduct cannot be factored in when dividing up assets or property in Pennsylvania, it can be used as a basis for an alimony decision. Marital misconduct is rarely factored in during decisions about child support. Alimony is authorized in Pennsylvania pursuant to 23 Pa.C.S. § 3701(a), which states that “where a divorce decree has been entered, […] Read More

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