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 […]
divorce mediation
Divorce proceedings represent some of the most contentious types of legal proceedings in courthouses. An objective of a judge in divorce cases is to try and employ resources that may work to lessen the tension between the parties in marital dissolution proceedings. A resource being more widely used by courts across the country to aid […]
divorce communication
The breakdown in communication between spouses is a common occurrence in divorce cases. Indeed, communication between spouses likely broke down before the commencement of marital dissolution proceedings and oftentimes is a factor contributing to the breakup. Proper communication between spouses actually makes the divorce process easier for both parties. Five tips can assist to enhance […]
divorce financial disclosures
A key issue at the commencement of a divorce proceeding is accounting for the assets acquired and the debts accumulated by a couple during the course of a marriage. Although divorce laws do vary somewhat from one U.S. state to another, overall these statutes are remarkably similar. For example, all state laws, including Pennsylvania, have […]
uncontested divorce
Divorce can be nasty business. Many divorce cases become hotly contested and highly emotional. However, there are instances in which an uncontested divorce is possible, and the spouses are able to settle the primary issues involved in ending the marriage without the need for protracted courtroom litigation. There are some essential facts a person needs […]
holiday parenting time
Parenting time is designed to ensure that a noncustodial parent and a minor child continue to have a healthy, meaningful relationship after a divorce. Managing parenting time is not without the potential for stress. This particularly can be the case with holiday parenting time — not just the end of year season, but holidays throughout […]
prenup
Prenup agreements garner a good deal of attention in the media as well as in films and on television. A great deal of the information floating about regarding prenuptial agreements is factually and legally incorrect. A good deal of confusion stems from what a prenup can and cannot do when it comes to the provisions […]

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