Our firm was recently involved in a case where  we had to defend our client’s custody jurisdiction in Pennsylvania and prevent Mother from transferring it to a neighboring state. BACKGROUND The Respondent (Father) in the instant case resided in Pennsylvania. The Petitioner (Mother) recently move to New Jersey.  The parties are the parents of one child. […]
separated
After a full day trial over a dispute as to the date of separation court sides with…..(see below) BRIEF NARRATIVE OF THE CASE Wife and Husband were married in the early nineties and had one child from this marriage. Due to irreconcilable differences, Wife filed for Divorce. It is Wife’s assertion that Husband is alleging a […]
Dara Burns, Esquire
The Law Firm of Michael Kuldiner, P.C. is pleased to announce that Dara Burns has joined the firm as an associate. Dara Burns joins the firm with over a decade of experience in civil litigation and family law.  Dara’s practice will focus on Real Estate, Civil Litigation and Estate Planning. She will also continue to […]
spousal spying
If you are contemplating divorce, you may be of the mind that would should engage in a course of spousal spying. If that is what you are considering, you most definitely are not alone. The reality is that many individuals facing problems in their marriages, or the prospect of divorce, engage in spousal spying. The […]
Pennsylvania child custody
There was a point historically when mothers were favored as the primary custodians of minor children in divorce proceedings. In other words, these was a presumption that mothers are more fit or qualified to be the primary caretakers of children than were fathers. The reality is that in all jurisdictions in the United States, decisions […]
alimony in Pennsylvania
A common area within the confines of Pennsylvania divorce law in which myths abound is in regard to alimony. Alimony in Pennsylvania is subject to some fairly strict guidelines established by law. A person contemplating divorce, with an interest in alimony in Pennsylvania, needs to be generally versed in what is myth and what is […]
The Law Firm of Michael Kuldiner, P.C. is pleased to announce that Shauna Quigley has joined the firm as an associate. Ms. Quigley concentrates her practice on Family Law, including divorce, property distribution, support, custody and protection from abuse, Estate Administration and Civil Litigation. Prior to joining the Firm, Shauna practiced law at a general […]
divorce
Not all divorces are “created equally.” In fact, psychologists and legal professionals have crafted a divorce spectrum that illustrates the different types of divorces. The divorce spectrum focuses on factors that include the complexity of a particular case, the emotional state of the parties as well as the actual state of the relationship between spouses […]
child custody hearing
A child custody hearing represents one of the most significant of proceedings held in divorce and paternity cases. Because of the significant nature of a child custody hearing, a parent needs to be well prepared for the proceeding. There are five key tips to bear in mind when preparing for a child custody hearing. Obtain […]

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