Either spouse has the right to live in the marital residence during a divorce unless there is a court order that specifies otherwise.
You’ve filed or plan to file for divorce. Now you’re wondering, should I stay, or should I go? (more…)
1. Choose A Mediator That Is Also A Divorce Attorney
Why it matters: Divorce involves complex legal and financial issues. You need someone who can help you identify and deal with them properly. (more…)Continue Reading
In a divorce the house is either sold and the net proceeds are distributed between the parties, or one of the parties buys out the other party’s interest in the house through the asset distribution, by cash, or some combination of the two.Continue Reading
If you live in Bucks County, PA and are looking for divorce mediators near you, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the local divorce mediators in Bucks County for you. We encourage you to check out each of their websites. We feel confident that once you have investigated your options, you and your spouse will choose SnapDivorce® to resolve your divorce, as we offer the most experienced attorney-mediators, reasonable flat fees, and full professional service from start to finish.Continue Reading
If you are considering trying to resolve your divorce through divorce mediation in Bucks County, PA, this article explains how the process works step-by-step.Continue Reading
Divorce is messy. Emotions run wild and the process is confusing and complicated.